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It's a pretty exciting week over on Highland Park's Professors Row (aka Sycamore Terrace, named for its closeness to the site of the original Occidental College)--just a few days ago we saw an 1892 stone cottage, Historic-Cultural Monument #373, hit the market and today we welcome Historic-Cultural Monument #370. The house was built in 1911 and has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a dining room, a billiards room, a study, two sleeping porches, loads of lovely built-ins, leaded glass, two single garages, and a basement. Whew, did they know how to do it up in the olden days. The listing also implies that the house hasn't been on the market in 55 years. Asking price is $589,000.
· 4979 Sycamore Ter [Zillow]
· 1890s Stone Cottage in Highland Park Asking $659K [Curbed LA]