This Mount Washington A-frame features a lofted second bedroom and an indoor/outdoor kitchen with a retractable back wall.
If you’re looking for an eccentric L.A. property—and have a million-dollar budget—then this Mount Washington A-frame chalet could be for you. Originally designed in 1964 by prolific architect James Allen Walter, a “maverick Modernist” according to Domus, this 2,000-square-foot residence features a tongue-and-groove ceiling, a wall of windows, and panoramic views over the canyon. The secret star of this vintage home, however, is its indoor/outdoor kitchen whose retractable wall fully opens the home to deck embellished by bougainvilleas.
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