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Updated midcentury modern with wraparound deck asks $998K in Glendale

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Views and plenty of natural light

Dining room with glass walls
The open dining room has cork floors, vaulted ceilings, and walls of glass.
Photos by Sara Lauder, courtesy Ann Gluck, Compass Realty

This 1964-built home in Glendale is perched on a hilly lot overlooking the city, with views stretching to Downtown LA.

Floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room and dining room take advantage of those views. Vaulted ceilings and an open floor plan help to give it an airy feel. Meanwhile, a long deck wraps around the house, providing plenty of space for outdoor seating.

The modern-style residence has three bedrooms and two baths spread across 1,776 square feet. Interior features include cork floors, a white brick living room fireplace, and a recently updated kitchen with modern appliances and quartz countertops.

It sits on a 7,206-square-foot lot with fruit trees and a long driveway leading to two (yes, two) two-car garages. Per the listing, the home has been equipped with new plumbing and electrical wiring, along with solar panels and a drip irrigation system.

The home last sold in 2013 for $671,000 and has since been thoroughly remodeled. It’s now asking $998,000.

Exterior of house with deck
Kitchen with new appliances
Living room with fireplace
Wider view of dining room
Front view of house