Graham Nash's former Franklin Hills home is on the market. The East LA residence once owned by the Crosby, Stills, and Nash musician offers sprawling views of the city, all while offering a cozy oasis outside of it. The refurbished home was built in 1923, endowing it with a mix of modern and timeless charm. Katie Crain, the listing agent for the property calls the home a, 'private gem,' with, 'a soulful and storied history.' It can be yours for only $1.595 million.
Full of light and natural wood, Graham Nash's former home is a treasure trove of home decor ideas. First, it sits atop a hillside that looks out to city and mountain views including iconic sights such as the Griffith Observatory, Hollywood sign, and Central City. Multiple Ipe wood decks provide magical outdoor spaces creating the perfect outdoor living room for entertaining and hosting guests.
Inside, the home is no less impressive. Large windows flood each room with light, reflecting off the white walls and warm wood floors. The living room decor is filled with greenery from the outdoors, bringing the outside into the beautiful home.
An oak staircase and the home's original 1920s wood windows lead to the absolutely beautiful kitchen, which the listing describes as a 'chef's dream.' The space includes a massive island with Caesarstone countertops and Waterworks tile. It also has custom walnut millwork and shelving for kitchen storage and Douglas fir ceilings for aesthetics. Thermador appliances and Velux skylights give the kitchen superior function to compliment its beauty.
The spacious primary bedroom is bright with stylish, built-in walnut shelves, for book storage and decor. It also includes two walk-in closets, perfect for keeping a large wardrobe organized. The custom en-suite bathroom is fully fitted with everything from Carrara marble countertops on the double vanity to a Kohler soaking tub. It is definitely a primary suite fit for a rockstar.
This East Los Angeles-based home is perfect for any Crosby, Stills, and Nash fan who loves beautiful properties that give both a taste of country and city life. If a $1.595 million price tag feels out of the question right now, read our article on how to increase natural light in your home to harness some of the magic from Graham Nash's former abode right in your current space.
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I am a London-based News Writer at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture with a particular focus on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand based in Fairfield County, CT. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.
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