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1910 Train & Williams Craftsman in HLP Asking $1.2 Million

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There seems to be quite a bumper crop of pedigreed Craftsmen hitting the market of late. Joining the fun this week is a rather lovely bungalow designed in 1910 by the firm of Robert Farquhar Train and Robert Edmund Williams, whose portfolio also includes Angels Flight funicular railway and Judson Studios. Located on a .31-acre lot a few blocks from the Studios in Highland Park's Garvanza District, the restored residence features four bedrooms, one and a half baths, Douglas fir and oak floors, extensive woodwork, pocket doors, a gas- and wood-burning fireplace, built-ins, a sleeping porch with wraparound hillside views, a full basement, and new HVAC and copper plumbing systems. Last sold in 2005 for $725,500, it's now listed with an asking price of $1.199 million.

· 332 North Avenue 66 [Official Site]
· 332 North Avenue 66 [Estately]