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Fetching 1930s home in Atwater Village asks $1.15M

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Features include hardwood floors and coffered ceilings

Living room with coffered ceiling
The living room features hardwood floors, coffered ceilings, and a brick fireplace.
Photos courtesy Sheri Curtis, John Aaroe Group

This lovely Atwater Village home has plenty of romantic charm, with a vaguely Tudor-inspired design and an airy interior illuminated by divided light windows and bits of stained and frosted glass.

Built in 1931, the property features four bedrooms and four bathrooms spread across 2,349 square feet of living space. The large living room is centered around a brick fireplace and features coffered ceilings, hardwood floors, ornate sconces, and an attached reading room.

An open dining area connects to the kitchen, which has been outfitted with new stainless steel appliances.

The roomy master bedroom has beamed ceilings and its own fireplace, along withan en-suite bathroom and a small office/sitting area with a wide panel of windows.

The home sits on a 3,918-square-foot lot just a block from the LA River. Behind the home is a small outdoor courtyard and wooden patio, along with a detached guest house with its own kitchen.

Asking price is $1.15 million. Open houses are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Exterior of home
Master bedroom with attached sitting area
Kitchen looking into dining room
Living room looking toward fireplace
Door open next to window
Back of house with patio and detached unit