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Especially Old Looking (It's Historic!) Craftsman Near USC

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Open House: Saturday, August 10th, between 2 PM - 5 PM
Sunday, August 11th, between 2 PM - 5 PM

1186 West 27th Street, University Park area
Price: $799,000
Beds, Bath: 4, 2.5
Floor Area: 2,881 sq. ft.
Per the Listing: "This historic and captivating home upholds all the rich Craftsman heritage details from the deep front porch, perfect for a porch swing, grand entryway with rich wood columns, cabinets, and alcoves throughout. A sun-drenched living room sits adjacent from the rare office and features an intimate inglenook and adjoins the oversized formal dining room with leaded glass accents and built-in buffet. Stunning beamed ceilings flow through out the main rooms. Hidden pocket doors add to the original charm of the home. The kitchen offers endless possibilities and overlooks the large deck & yard. The upper level offers 4 bedrooms with walk-in closets, balconies and 2 full baths, stained glass accents and a claw foot tub tucked away in the main suite. Other hallmarks of this home include a 2 car garage, large back yard and lot. Fabulous North University Park location, close to USC and part of National Historic Register, #798."

You can feel the oldness oozing out of this one. Built in 1905, the home, also known as the Mary E. Smith House, is listed as Historic Cultural Monument #798 in the City of Los Angeles (contrary to the listing info, the North University Park area is a National Register Historic District, but the house is just recognized locally). Per The City Project, the house was designed by John C. Austin who you may recall from other fine architectural projects such as City Hall, the Shrine Auditorium, and Griffith Observatory. Sub-million dollar price tag but it looks like a lot of work will go into this one.
· 1186 West 27TH St, Los Angeles, CA 90007 [Redfin]