This sun-dappled house is located in View Park, a neighborhood that just last month was added to the National Register of Historic Places for its mix of Period Revival-style homes, tree-lined streets, and its "significance in southern California history, a rare example of a racially exclusive suburb that transitioned to become an upwardly mobile African American suburb."
The two-story Spanish Colonial Revival was built in 1929. It’s outfitted with a handsome decorative fireplace, beamed ceilings, arched windows and entryways, and stucco walls. The kitchen has been remodeled, the listing says, with custom maple cabinets and quartz countertops. On the second floor, there’s a sweet sun room with tiled floors.
The house spans 2,064 square feet and last sold in 2013 for $680,000. It’s listed for $894,000.