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Fanciful Swiss-style residence in Glendale asks $998K

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It’s back on the market after selling in January

View of bedroom with beamed ceiling Photos courtesy Angelo Fierro, John Aaroe Group

This unusual residence in Glendale is looking for another new owner. The three-bedroom home appeared on the market last year and sold in January for $969,000. Already, though, it’s back on the market and new listing photos offer a closer look at the intriguing property.

According to the new listing, the house was built by a Hollywood set designer back in 1937. That helps to explain the fanciful ski lodge style of the 1,850-square-foot home.

View of house from tree-line

The home’s white and brown exterior includes a large wraparound deck on the upper level with a beamed overhang and decorative guardrail. On the lower level, the home is fronted by a long stone patio next to a rustic-looking shed with a color scheme that matches the main residence.

Large wooden deck

Interior features include hardwood floors, beamed and vaulted ceilings, a pair of fireplaces, and glass mosaic windows.

Parlor with vaulted ceiling
Living room with hardwood floor
Bedroom with fireplace

Situated on a quarter-acre lot, the house has a large back deck with multiple sitting areas and a solar heated pool. The neatly maintained grounds include several overhanging trees that complete the home’s storybook-style aesthetic.

Back area with pool

Asking price is $998,000.