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Storybook-style Miracle Mile house with turret seeks $1.6M

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Just delightful

Photos by Post Rain Productions
Courtesy of Loveland Carr Properties at Coldwell Banker

Just a short walk away from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, this sweet three-bedroom house is just as charming inside as it is outside.

A mix of Storybook and French Normandy Revival styles, the house is entered via an impressive wood door set into a turret. The living room’s dramatic beamed ceiling and lovely stained glass and bottle glass windows pack quite the whimsical punch. (If one opens, does a singing cartoon bird fly in?)

Recently refinished hardwood floors run throughout the house. In the kitchen, period built-ins are set against vibrant patterned tile.

The adjoining breakfast room has windows running across its cream colored walls, allowing for clear site lines into the backyard, which, while not expansive, is roomy enough to allow for outdoor dining and has a bit of grass.

According to public records, the house last sold in 1998 for $435,000. It’s now listed for $1.589 million.