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FRANKLIN HILLS: While unable to vouch for the home's condition, the rental deal on this "fantastic 1958 Mid-Century" Franklin Hills pad doesn't seem so shabby: A two-bedroom, it's now being rented out for $2,895 per month. Or, you can buy it for the pricier tag of $849,000. Via the listing: "Move in condition with a great floor plan, sunken living room with walls of glass and 50's architectural angles, cinder block fireplace...6,970 sq.ft. of terraced upslope." Something must be terribly wrong with it? [Redfin]
VENICE: Not a small PriceChop for a canal home. Located on at 458 Linnie Canal, this three-bedroom with a "rare 120 feet of water frontage" is now down to $2.595 million after hitting the market last month for $2.95 million. [Redfin]
Meanwhile, a Venice listing not coming down is that $13 million box of insanity. Hell no, sellers aren't budging.
SILVER LAKE/ECHO PARK: Ach! The trend of using digitally enhanced photos has just reached a new high OR we have found Lucifer's house. The owners of this three-bedroom home in the Ivanhoe School District--who are selling their Kenilworth Avenue residence for $1.395 million--went a nutty. Don't miss the shot of the bedroom--our eyes are still tearing up. [Redfin]
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