Don't look now, but here comes yet another flip out of red-hot Highland Park. Located in the neighborhood's historic Mt. Angelus district, the Spanish-style residence was built in 1922, though you'd never know it from seeing the interior. Last sold just three months ago for $400,000, the 1,332-square-foot house appears to have been stripped of most of its original details, save for some windows and floors. Originally a two-bedroom, one-bath, according to the city's zoning website, the house now features, per its listing, three bedrooms, two and a half baths, an open floorplan, a new roof, new central heat and A/C, a new tankless water heater, new electrical panel, and new sewer line. It's also got a basement—"perfect for a creative studio/office"—still in possession of its very cool original floor tiles, which only gives cause to wonder what other period features were needlessly lost. Harrumph! Sited on a 5,294-square-foot lot, it's asking $699,000.
· 6243 MOUNT ANGELUS Dr [Redfin]