Located in the hills of Highland Park, this shingled Craftsman serves up quite the visual feast. Built in 1912, the 2,080-square-foot bungalow is endowed with a host of lovely period features, including hardwood floors, detailed woodwork and moldings, stained glass, French doors, vintage sconces and light fixtures, ornate brass hardware, and an indigo-tiled Art Nouveau fireplace. Kicking the drama to the next level is the three-bedroom home’s exuberantly patterned wallpaper (presumably of recent vintage).
Things take an incongruous turn in the kitchen, which seems to have wandered in from another dimension...
...but the thread is resumed in the other rooms of the home.
Along with all its interior flair, the house offers show-stopping panoramic views of the Verdugos and the San Gabriel Mountains.
Per the listing, the property also contains a legal one-bedroom, one-bath rental unit, currently generating $1,700 per month as a rental, plus a "huge basement for storage or workshop." Last sold in 2007 for $600,300, it’s now asking $975,000. Open house is scheduled for 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday.