According to its listing, this 1907 home is one of only about 25 designed and built by notable Arts & Crafts architect Louis B. Easton. Located on a .64 acre lot just east of the Jet Propulsion Lab and Hahamongna Watershed Park, the two-story redwood bungalow features four bedrooms, two and a half baths, a formal dining room, built-in seating and storage, an arbor, a workshop, a potting room, and a kooky outdoor stove made from boulders and topped by a rather forboding carved-stone face. On the market for the first time in six decades, the 2,185 square foot residence is described as a fixer, and has an asking price of $649,000.
· Louis B. Easton and the Simple Life [Tim Anderson, Architect]
· 256 MARIPOSA St [Redfin]