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Jefferson Park midcentury with walls of glass asking $849K

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This place is Southern California cool

This 1958 home in Jefferson Park is quite the looker. Enter through double doors to find exposed beams on the ceilings and walls of glass in the living room, which flood the house with light and offer views of outdoor patios. Adding even more light is an atrium, set up in the listing photos as a seating area that's accessible through sliding doors.

The prevailing color scheme of white, black, and a cool, gray blue (and orange accents) drives home the Southern California coolness of this house. Oh, and the yellow face of the walk-around fireplace among the black and white lines of the house looks like a Mondrian painting come to life.

Measuring just over 2,300 square feet, the four-bedroom, three-bathroom house has plenty of space left on the lot both in front of the house and in back. (The roomy rear yard is pretty bare aside from some mulch.)

Located just half a mile from the Expo Line’s Expo/Crenshaw station, the house is asking $849,000.