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Turquoise Spanish dream is filled with playful tile for $879K in Silver Lake

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This house is anything but boring

Photos by Shooting LA, courtesy of Brian Courville and JB Fung

With its tiled steps, painted embellishments, tiled eaves, and gardens filled with lavender, bougainvillea, roses, and a pomegranate tree, this turquoise Spanish Colonial in Silver Lake wields fabulous curb appeal.

The charm continues inside, with arched entryways, moldings, and a fireplace brimming with bricks and a mosaic border. The kitchen and bathrooms are festooned in colorful, patterned tiles.

The listing says the property, located just above Sunset Boulevard, “is zoned as a duplex, but lives like a single family residence” with two bedrooms and two bathrooms in an upstairs unit and a studio with a kitchen and bath downstairs.

Built in 1922, the residence last sold in 2003 for $567,005. It’s now for sale with a price tag of $879,000