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Stunning views, sweeping flow in The Oaks

Set at the end of a long private drive in the gated sector of The Oaks, Los Feliz’ elite enclave, this 1963 post and beam classic at 5731 Valley Oak Drive is positioned to celebrate its view … and masterfully updated to take advantage of its open design.

The home is listed by Steve Sanders at $3,499.000. Seamless decks lined with Fleetwood doors line both levels on the home’s view side, admitting natural light and framing the panoramic vista from downtown Hollywood to the ocean. An array of expansive outdoor spaces include a dramatic view pool and patio and an al fresco dining area with a skyline vista.

Inside, an uncommonly open floor plan makes the over 3,000 square foot home feel even more expansive. There are two master suites; one with city views, spa bathroom, and walk-in closet, the other featuring a private patio with direct access to the pool and spa.

Sensitively designer-enhanced, the home is a masterful blend of exquisite finishes, materials and colors. Newer amenities include three-zone HVAC, security system with multi-camera monitoring, 16-speaker sound system, three-car garage and additional off-street parking.

This is an exceptional find in one of LA’s most sought-after neighborhoods — designed inside and out to make the most of its astonishing environment.

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