This 1911 Adirondack-style California Bungalow is a gem steeped in the rich history of the So Cal Arts & Crafts movement. Today, the private urban oasis has been renovated for those who love to garden and entertain. Situated on end of a cul de sac with peek a boo views of the Griffith Park Observatory, the property features two private yards. Retreat on the veranda supported by Redwood tree trunk beams or around the fire pit surrounded by tall hedge lined pathways. A secret garden is also tucked away through a large archway. The second yard features a generous grass area with lush plants and a space for outdoor movie nights. 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with original details and a Batchelder tile decorative fireplace. Centrally located near Larchmont Village & Sunset Junction, the Melrose Hill Historic District (HPOZ) feels as like “Mayberry” has been found in the middle of LA.