Los Angeles 'Domestead' listed for $2.3M with 'whimsical' gardens: Take a look inside

Zillow went wild for this unique, geometric "Domestead" in the hills of Los Angeles.

The home at 2538 Sundown Drive is for sale at $2.3 million, listed by Compass agents Carl Gambino and Ariel Putman, and was recently shared on real estate fan account Zillow Gone Wild.

Designed by LA architect William King and built in 1982, the listing comes with several gathering spaces in and around the home, with charming gardens, a wraparound deck and a garage that could be used as studio space.

"This is definitely the exact kind of house where you would dream," Gambino said in an interview with USA TODAY. "It's a very special house where people immediately get, you know, emotionally connected when they're there."

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Architect designed 'Domestead' for a young woman

Putman said the architect does not design much anymore, but she believes this is one of his greatest homes.

She said King designed it for a young pediatrician, whose photos still hang around the property.

"I think (it's) really cool that every owner since has just kind of preserved her memory for the space," Putman said.

Quarter-acre property a 'whimsical environment'

The two-bed, two-bath home sits on a quarter-acre lot, and Putman boasted the gardens and terraces as a draw for potential buyers. Plus, it has a great view of the city, she said, making it the ultimate LA outdoor space.

"It has like this wild garden feel, but very, like sophisticated in a way. It's all native plants and trees and like fruit trees, everywhere," Putnam said. "So like iit creates the most like whimsical environment for entertaining."

Gambino said the Glassell Park area where the home is located is popular among artists, musicians and actors. Many people who fit the bill have come to see the house, but it has also attracted a wider range of potential buyers like a chef who would use it entertain, and other business people who are interested in the home as a piece of art.

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