In the company of distinctive homes built a century ago 1621 North Fairfax Avenue reimagines lavish living with a bold modern attitude.
1621 N Fairfax was conceived of every indulgence one would expect from such a well-heeled address. Constructed in 2017, this urban modern with 4 bedrooms and 4 baths in 3778 square feet was planned on a grand scale with the latest smart home technology.
The designer of record is Hannouche Architects recipients of numerous national and international awards for design excellence. From the street, 1621 N Fairfax puts a warmer spin on modern contemporary–21st century brownstone style.
The interiors designed by Delta Wright look and feel good. The firm is know for expertly mixing a modernist sensibility with a love of craftsmanship, and a bit of the unexpected.
Sleek architectural elements in an open floor plan embrace the indoor/outdoor modern lifestyle first perfected by mid-century modern sensibilities.
Note the glass doors that disappear to reveal pool and spa.
The generously designed kitchen, perfectly appointed with Miele appliances, is perfect for any level chef to catering staff to cover for larger gatherings.
Private courtyard and outdoor area for relaxing and entertaining small or large revelries.
1621 N Fairfax is infused with natural light seamlessly balancing soothing elements of exterior/interior living.
Located in the coveted Sunset Square, the surrounding neighborhood is characterized by architectural revivals and landscaped parkways.
The family home of Los Angeles businessman John H. Moulton and his socialite wife Blanche originally stood at this prominent corner of Selma and Fairfax.
The prosperous Moulton family rubbed elbows with LA’s elite. Regular write ups of the Moultons, their sons John Jr. and Evert, and daughters Ruth and Nancy, graced the LA Times society pages for decades–long after they sold their home to build a 9-bedroom mansion in Bel Air.
Though sweet pea fields once spread far and wide in the area, 1621 N Fairfax boasts a prime location near the gateway to the World Famous Sunset Strip. Look for new choice updated developments to appear at the corner of Fairfax and Sunset since of the recent sale of the service station property adjacent to the Director’s Guild of America.
Fairfax Avenue south of 1621 N Fairfax is well known for its 5-mile length dotted with city landmarks like the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CBS Television Center, the original LA Farmers Market and The Grove.
Huffington Post called it the Coolest Street in Los Angeles:
“Grittier southern section of Fairfax is known for Orthodox Jewish community in the Fairfax district to the east. And to this day, kosher markets, Judaica-focused bookstores and delis line the street. One of these delis, Canter’s, has been in business since 1931 and remains the most prominent storefront in the area.”
Back in the Hollywood Foothills where the charming and sought-after historical Sunset Square and Spaulding Square neighborhoods meet, 1621 N Fairfax is a mini estate with a gated driveway, a private garage and even parking for guests.
The four spacious bedrooms are each a unique pied-à-terre with an individual bath and an oh so private terrace.
The master bedroom suite boasts a walk-in closet and a spa experience bathroom.
Thoroughly modern, 1621 N Fairfax is a place of wellbeing: sophisticated and relaxed.
A dreamy roof deck with a 360-degree look from the mountains, to the ocean and the city between. And by evening, a backdrop of the Hollywood Foothills provide the perfect atmosphere for frolicsome merrymaking.
1621 N Fairfax is truly a very special offering with a triumphant design.