Designed and built in 1953, our home is a quintessential mid-century modern design conveniently located near the 405 and the 101 in the Lake Balboa neighborhood. Nearby you'll also find beautiful Lake Balboa/Woodley park. The house has its own bit of additional history as it was designed by a high school student as part of an architectural design contest in 1953. It was also featured in the Los Angeles Times Home Magazine (1953) as well as Popular Science (1954). Here are some specifics: – 1,600 sq. ft. – 6,000 sq. ft. lot – 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms – Vaulted ceiling and exposed beams in main room along with home studio. – In-ground pool with pool house (400 sq. ft.) – Beautiful large floor to ceiling fireplace with connected out-door barbecue – Minimalist and drought tolerant landscaping – Driveway that continues to backyard – Stainless steel kitchen appliances – Modern, clean kitchen with quartz countertops – Plenty of bright natural light – Backyard patio – High speed Wifi available It's the perfect home for a film or photo shoot.
Some house rules: – No smoking indoors at all. That means cigarettes or marijuana or anything else you can smoke. Outdoors is fine. – Please leave the house and the yard as you found it. – All overtime hours will be charged at 1.5 times the hourly rate. – Renter to provide $500 security deposit in form of check. If there's no damage and all is left as found then the check will be returned to you. – Trash must be taken out at the end of your booking, and placed in the outdoor dumpster. – All doors must be locked upon departure from the space.
This house is absolutely beautiful! I was able to shoot in almost every room in the house and re dress it to play as completely different locations. The area is quiet and parking is easy. The owner, Ron, was a dream to work with. He was so accommodating and helpful. I've shot in many houses and this was by far by best experience. I can't recommend it more.
Gorgeous home and ample space for a film shoot. Ron was more than accommodating, and made my first Peerspace experience an excellent one. If you're in need of a mid-century home for your shoot, I can't recommend this one highly enough.