Fairytale Retreat Coming Soon! Our new off market listing at 2126 Cove Avenue coming soon gives you a glimpse into the process of getting a home ready to list in todays real estate market. We had a budget and a goal for the dollars that were spent, and a punch list was created working with our team of highly skilled laborers, and vendors.
A 1914 California Bungalow perched into the mountainside of the historic Edendale-Tract the origins of Hollywood. Welcome inside 2126 Cove Avenue. This fairytale retreat is coming soon, and there is a method to our madness.
The window curtains removed and floors prepped for interior painting. Our focus was to open up the space, and make it easy to understand for our future buyers.
With the windows and mantel frames covered we focused on patching the walls, smoothing out any uneven surfaces or holes left from nails, and fixtures.
Bathroom getting prepped for painting and the transformation of the hardware to be congruent with all of the other hardware in the home.
Aquamarine blue painted accordion style doors covering the custom pantry and stacked laundry and dryer unit
The kitchen was a unique light Mediterranean blue with draperies covering the window and view. We carefully re-painted the kitchen the same white color as the other rooms so that the home could easily flow from one room to another, and be a blank canvas for our new home owners. We removed the drapes as well bringing in more light and mountain views.
We had 4 different hardware colors to work with in the different spaces and wanted to have like the walls a blank and congruent canvas for the home to be seen. There are many schools of thought in design and decor, and we wanted to create a space that flowed evenly from one room to another letting carefully procured items from our incredible stager Linda at Eleven Interiors tell a new story!
We made the choice to remove the accordion style doors and add new sliding ones. I’ll show you those soon.
We took out the dark drapes and area rug, while adding fresh white paint, helping the space become more visually expansive.
We immediately focused on removing the draping from the windows to bring more light into this space, brightening the upstairs family room throughout parts of the day was a bonus.
In the beginning stages is seeing what our clients wanted removed and donated and what we could utilize for staging purposes. The taupe walls at one point worked elegantly for our sellers, for our new buyers we wanted to brighten the space up and increase the visual square footage along with letting the space be re-imagined.
Slowly a brand new room immerges, ready to be imagined by our new buyers.
We will be bringing in carefully curated pieces to showcase the patio in a different light for our open house coming soon!
Making way from the old into the new, and getting ready for staging!
Summer days and nights relaxing under the stars in your new backyard awaits.
This backhouse is truly one of a kind, right out of a storybook where you get to fill in the pages as the new home buyer.
Our back house being prepped for a fresh coat of paint!
Old shelving in the backhouse was removed, creating a larger more open space.
Enjoy the subtleties of the seasons on your new 1913 California Craftsman Bungalow porch and front yard!
Thank you for looking at the earliest stages of our transformation of 2126 Cove Avenue. Stay tuned for the after photos, and listing information.
2126 Cove Ave
California Bungalow Built in 1914
1 Bedroom + 1 Bath + Bonus Space + Backhouse
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