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Renovated 1913 Craftsman near Koreatown border asks $1.6M

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Featuring original hardwood floors and built-ins

Living room
The home’s elegant living room has hardwood floors and a large tile fireplace.
Photos courtesy Phillip Mazzocco, Sonnocco Real Estate Group

Located right on the border of Koreatown and Mid-Wilshire, this recently updated Craftsman was constructed in 1913 and still boasts its original hardwood floors.

It also has handsome coffered ceilings, wide windows, French doors, and built-in cabinetry and shelving. The home opens to a stately wooden staircase, and off to the side is a living room centered around a large tile fireplace.

With 3,257 square feet of living space, the residence is plenty roomy; it has five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, along with a family room, a formal dining room with built-in buffet, and an office attached to the master suite.

The kitchen has been extensively remodeled, while the bathrooms have been renovated but retain some original cabinetry and shelving.

The house sits on a 7,711-square-foot lot with a backyard, a detached two-car garage, and a pair of new wooden decks with lots of space for outdoor dining.

The home sold earlier this year for $1.04 million; after the remodel, it’s back on the market for $1.625 million.

Open houses are scheduled Saturday, November 4, and Sunday, November 5, between 12 and 4 p.m.

View of house from the street
Dining room
Bedroom leading into office
Second bedroom
Game room
Family room with beamed ceiling
Backyard area