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Cute Spanish-style flips back to the market in Highland Park for $729K

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Hardwood floors, a decorative fireplace, and a grassy backyard

Pierre Galant Photography, courtesy of Jeff Bar / NELA Homes

After selling seven months ago in April for $500,005, this adorable Spanish-style bungalow built in 1921 is returning to the market in Highland Park with a heftier price tag.

In that time, the two-bedroom, one-bathroom was flipped into a trendy little number with a remodeled kitchen and bathroom sporting pastel green cabinets, patterned tiles, and new appliances.

The home also holds a dining space, hardwood floors, and a decorative fireplace, and it offers some nice views of treetops and the mountains.

Measuring 1,269 square feet, the home comes with some nice outdoor space: There’s a front porch surrounded by new landscaping and a backyard with grass and trees. The 6,049-square-foot property is back with an asking price of $729,000.