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Fetching 1920s Spanish-style house in Adams Hill asking $690K

Beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, scalloped moldings, and wrought-ironwork

Courtesy of Henry Vega

Although Glendale’s Adams Hill district contains approximately 1,000 homes, it’s a neighborhood that doesn’t see a whole lot of turnover—according to Redfin, there are just six properties up for grabs there as of this writing.

Joining the micro-market this week is an eye-catching Spanish-style home built in 1929. Located on South Adams Street at Stanford Drive, the red-tile-roofed residence contains two bedrooms, two baths, living room, dining room, office, and kitchen within its 1,201 square feet. It’s also got an attached two-car garage.

Character details include hardwood floors, vaulted and beamed ceilings, scalloped moldings, wrought-iron railings, vintage cabinetry, and a tiled fireplace. The property’s kitchen and baths have all been remodeled; other updates include full copper plumbing, central A/C and heat, and a water filtration/softening system.

On a 4,869-square-foot lot with fruit trees, it’s asking $690,000. Open house is scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.