Elegant Townhomes at The Sevens Turn Heads in Hancock Park

Posted on Wednesday, October 2, 2019.

The Agency is proud to announce our new development listing—The Sevens—a beautifully realized collection of homes showcasing a blend of historical architecture and modern style in Hancock Park. The Sevens creatively fuses sun-soaked West Coast airiness with grand, East Coast-inspired elegance. The designs—featuring the collaborative vision of developer BLDG Partners and Culver City-based architecture and design firm Modative—offer a fresh interpretation of the brownstones found on New York’s Upper West Side. 


“These homes stand out in today’s market due to their impeccable style and location in the heart of one of L.A’s most beloved neighborhoods,” says Hana Cha, managing director of The Agency Development Group, which represents the property alongside Ben Belack. "Each residence is modern but with classically regal features. Plus, the views from the rooftop terrace are so special—this makes me fall in love with L.A. city living all over again."

Comprised of seven freestanding, three-story homes that range in price from $1.5 million to $1.75 million, the residences offer three- to four-bedroom floor plans and a wealth of amenities. Each home features a rooftop terrace with panoramic mountain and city views, Snaidero kitchens with Viking appliances, high coffered ceilings, large windows, UV-filtered skylights, wide plank oak flooring, walk-in closets and an attached two-car garage with pre-wiring for electric car charging. 

The Sevens are located in the Park Mile district of Hancock Park, on the northwest corner of Wilshire and Rimpau, moments from the shops, restaurants and entertainment of Larchmont Village and West Hollywood.

“It’s not just the style and the calm, cool feel of The Sevens that set the residences apart,” says Ben. “It’s their location, too. This Hancock Park neighborhood is steeped in history yet bustling with modernity—these homes fit in perfectly.”

Learn more at TheSevensLA.com

 

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