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Glorious 1915 Craftsman in Glendale asks $1.4M

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Features include tile fireplaces and original built-ins

Craftsman seen from the street
The home was constructed in 1915 and has been kept remarkably intact.
Photos by Tom Queally, courtesy Craig Estates

This very handsome Glendale Craftsman is referred to in the listing as the Elliot House (not that Elliot House) and seems more than worthy of a title.

Built in 1915, the three-bedroom, two-bath residence appears to have been immaculately maintained over the years. The oak floors, custom-built doors, and built-in shelving are original to the home—as are smaller details like the intricately carved push-button light switch covers.

Living room with tile fireplace
Dining room area
Bedroom

A few rooms, like the kitchen, have been given some straightforward updates, and the listing notes that the home’s current owners have replaced the roofing, retrofitted the foundation, and invested in new wiring and plumbing.

Den with fireplace

The 3,059-square-foot home sits on a one-third-acre lot with a large back patio, a landscaped garden, and a detached garage.

Bathroom with clawfoot tub

Other features of the house include a large brick front porch (complete with at least one gargoyle), French doors, stained glass windows, original light fixtures, and not one but two tile fireplaces—including a very stately Batchelder piece in the living room.

Front deck
Backyard area

Asking price is $1.395 million.