Welcome to “The Tree House,” one of the finest examples of mid-century post and beam architecture in Los Angeles. Nestled between canyon walls, perched above the famous Nichols Canyon natural spring-fed creek, and surrounded by mature Sycamore trees, this aptly named home blends beautifully with nature. Built in a quintessential California style and reminiscent of a Case Study House, this 1961-built home is as much a piece of art as it is a home.

Featuring an open floor plan, wood-burning fireplace, wrap-around decking, wood floors throughout, exposed beam ceilings, and 10 skylights, you disappear from the hustle and bustle of the city the moment you enter the front door.

The smart floor plan includes 3BR, 2BA with almost 1,900 square feet including a Master BR with a huge walk-in closet and remodeled en suite bathroom. Incredibly private and peaceful, this timeless classic is the perfect oasis mere moments from Hollywood Blvd., Sunset Blvd., and Runyon Canyon.


Eli Karon