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Elegant Spanish-style in WeHo’s Norma Triangle asks $1.43M

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Featuring arched windows and a beautiful tile bathroom

Front of home from the sidewalk
Built in 1928, the home is up for sale for the first time in over 30 years.
Photos courtesy Sotheby's International Realty

This Spanish-style home in West Hollywood’s Norma Triangle neighborhood offers plenty of personality, from its rounded tower to its arched windows and entryways to its fireplace and front porch—both adorned with a decorative sunbeam pattern.

Built in 1928, the four-bedroom home is now making its first appearance on the market in more than three decades, according to the listing. The residence retains period features like hardwood floors, a vintage black and blue tiled bathroom, and a rare wood and glass sliding door.

The 1,834-square-foot house sits on a 3,275-square-foot lot with a small backyard and patio, along with a detached garage that’s been converted into an office space. The home’s upper level opens to a large deck with plenty of room for outdoor seating and vegetation, as well as views around the neighborhood.

Other features include a formal dining room, a bit of built-in shelving, and an updated kitchen with wood countertops and newer appliances.

Asking price is $1.425 million.

Living room with fireplace
Formal dining room
Den with wood sliding door
Blue and black tile bathroom
Bedroom with rounded walls
Upper level deck