It’s the first time on the market in over three decades for this Eagle Rock midcentury home—and all of its cool vintage details are very well-preserved.
Large picture windows help the living room look downright expansive, while the kitchen is a blast from the past. Its cabinets look original, and there’s fun, patterned flooring that is likely linoleum. The kitchen has plenty of counter and cabinet space, and appears to get a good amount of sunlight.
Exciting flooring appears again in the family room, which holds a bar and fireplace.
Built in 1950, the house holds three bedrooms and almost two full bathrooms, which feature timelessly cool tile in minty green and pastel pink.
There’s also a large dedicated laundry room, painted bubblegum pink. (Were 1950s washers and dryers the size of old computers? This laundry room suggests yes.)
A terraced backyard overlooks the hills and treetops that line the surrounding streets.
Located about a half mile away from the Eagle Rock Trader Joe’s, the house is listed for $799,000.