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Let's All Go Curl Up By the Fire in This Woodsy La Crescenta Cabin

It comes with a Swedish-style mini-cottage too

Here is the perfect place to fantasize about on a rainy Friday afternoon: light the fire, make some tea, grab the blankets, it's a stone and brick and redwood cabin deep in a canyon in La Crescenta. Originally built in 1930, the house has two bedrooms, a bathroom, a basement with a half bath, a big deck, that wood-burning fireplace, and lovely diamond-pane windows, and is accompanied by a 2005 cottage "fashioned after a Swedish stuga/summer cottage," all on just a bit under .1 acres. The owner has had the place since 1995, but is now ready to party with it, asking for $745,000.