Southern California’s San Fernando Valley frequently stands in for cities all across the United States. Its low-slung ranches are a good proxy for many different neighborhoods. Today’s home in Valley Village, California was designed by famous builder William Mellenthin in the 1950s and used as the set for CBS’s TV show “Young Sheldon.”
This single-story birdhouse ranch home is a single story with three bedrooms and three bathrooms complete with refinished oak hardwood floors.
The home has been updated and will be featured on the upcoming fall CNBC show “Listing Impossible,” showcasing it as a ‘start to finish’ remodel project.
There is a living room, family room, dining room and open-concept chef’s kitchen with designer lighting fixtures, quartz countertops, a custom backsplash, new black Kitchen-Aid stainless steel appliances and custom Shaker cabinets to complete the main living areas.
A newly constructed master suite includes a spa-style bathroom with custom tile, a rain shower, designer vanity and walk-in closet.
Upgrades to this home include a new roof, HVAC with Nest thermostats and a 200-Amp electrical service panel with electrical wiring throughout the home.
There are two updated bathrooms done in a modern style.
This home is listed for $1.185 million with Yawar Charlie, with Aaron Kirman Group at Compass.
Photos by: Planomatic