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Dramatic Spanish-style house with painted ceilings asks $1.6M in Eagle Rock

Hardwood floors and tile fireplaces

Living room with fireplace
The home’s living room has vaulted ceilings with a huge arched window and a tile fireplace.
Photos courtesy Kendall Key, Realpro Eastside

This unique Spanish-style home in Eagle Rock was built in 1927 and boasts a number of unusual features that set it apart from other houses built in a similar style during the same time period.

Noticeable details include hand painted ceilings, custom skylights, exposed bricks, a vibrant tile fireplace, and bits of stained glass. The 2,814-square-foot residence also has hardwood floors, arched entryways, beamed and vaulted ceilings, and dramatic wall-sized windows.

The house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with a formal dining room, living room, family room, and even a “whiskey room.” The kitchen has been recently updated with new appliances and a large center island.

Located blocks from Occidental College, the home sits on a 6,759-square-foot lot with a small backyard and a partially covered patio with three outdoor fireplaces. A long driveway offers room for multiple vehicles, while a detached two-car garage includes an extra space that could be used for a studio or office space.

The home last sold for $900,000 in October and appears to have been updated significantly since then. Asking price is now $1.58 million.

Bedroom with painted ceilings and sky light
Formal dining room
Family room with fireplace
Sitting room with floor-to-ceiling window
Exterior view of house