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Weekend Open House Tour: Glassell Park's Scandia Way

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Let's head to Glassell Park, and specifically, Scandia Way, a narrow, half-mile long street that has a number of weekend open houses. What to know about Scandia Way: "It's mostly homes built in the 30s, 40s, and 50s, and new construction," Bob Taylor, a real estate agent who specializes in Glassell Park, tells us. "But some of the new construction homes priced over $1 million have been siting on the market for more than six months, they just aren't moving." Time to make a lowball offer? Off to Scandia Way!

Size: Three-bedroom, three bath
Price: $649,500
Pitch: “With northwestern views to the Verdugos, this midcentury home offers style, solid construction and lots of space for the money?the lot goes street to street and has RV parking below, very rare for a hillside lot.”
Open House: Sunday, 2-5

Location: 4213 N SCANDIA WAY
Size: Three-bedroom, two and half bath
Pitch: "Stunning Modern set atop a newly developed street w/endless views in Mount Washington@Glassell Pk. Built in 2007 w/unmatched craftsmanship & attention to details.” Open House: Sunday, 1-4pm

Size: Three-bedroom, two and half bath Price: $1,229,000
Pitch: "A gleaming white 3bdrms – 2.5 baths architectural gem sitting pretty atop a private cul-de-sac in the foothills of Mt. Washington @ Glassell Park.”
Open House: Sunday, 12-4

Size: Three-bedroom, three and half bath Price: $1,299,000
Pitch: "A unique opportunity to own a modern gem designed by one of LA’s best, Jae Omar, and quality built by WFC Construction, Inc. This 2,333 sq.ft masterpiece delivers sublime luxury combined with tech friendliness and privacy.”
Open House: Sunday, 12-4
Know your neighborhood: Previous Glassell Park coverage:
Bradley Strikes Again! Scenes From a Glassell Park Neighborhood Council Meeting
Former Home Depot Spot in Glassell Park Seeking Tenant
On The Market: A Kick-Ass Bedspread In Glassell Park
Glassell Park Fresh & Easy Opening Just Days Away
Glassell Park Mixing it Up