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Swinging ’60s abode in Glassell Park asks $769K

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A wall of windows, high ceilings, and a laid-back backyard

Courtesy of Joanna Suhl and Rich Michalowski/Compass

Bulk-buy the Windex, potential homeowners: The front room of this midcentury house in Glassell Park is illuminated by a sizable wall of glass. It lets in a lot of sunshine that lights up the high, beamed ceilings and wood floors.

Built in 1960, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom house holds a dining room, an updated kitchen, a den that opens onto the backyard, and spacious sleeping quarters.

The drought resistant backyard provides privacy and is the perfect place for entertaining or outdoor dining.

The house also offers a two-car garage. Last sold in 2008 for $330,000—back before the neighborhood was a contender for the next hot thing. It’s now asking $769,000.