Built in 1958, the renovated property in Laurel Canyon comes with an impressive rear deck and a detached studio.

The sunny dining area is brightened by a large picture window overlooking the deck.

A recently renovated midcentury home in Los Angeles’s Laurel Canyon neighborhood offers a luminous interior marked by simple finishes. Outside, a large deck spans the rear facade, providing a sunny perch from which to enjoy distant views of the San Gabriel Mountains.

The sunlit entryway opens from an enclosed courtyard that separates the home from the street. French doors and an overhead skylight provide natural light.

The sunlit entryway opens from an enclosed courtyard that separates the home from the street. French doors and an overhead skylight provide natural light.

Photo by Virtually Here Studios

The entryway leads into an open living and dining area along the rear of the home. A trio of French doors open onto a deck that overlooks the canyon below.

The entryway leads into an open living and dining area along the rear of the home. A trio of French doors open onto a deck that overlooks the canyon below.

Photo by Virtually Here Studios

Throughout the home, wood-beamed ceilings and wide-plank hardwood floors complement crisp white walls and simple fixtures. The updated living area features a floating concrete fireplace hearth while the minimalist kitchen offers a large island and open shelving. In total, the home comes with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, all within approximately 2,000 square feet of living space. A converted garage also offers a separate work area and built-in cabinetry for extra storage.

Another view of the living area shows the concrete fireplace hearth, which runs the full width of the space.

Another view of the living area shows the concrete fireplace hearth, which runs the full width of the space.

Photo by Virtually Here Studios

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