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1920s Spanish fixer in West Hollywood asking $1.6M

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Any deep-pocketed heroes looking for a restoration project?

Photos by Charmaine David, courtesy of Andrea Dunlop

Oh dear—time has not been too kind to this 1926 Spanish in West Hollywood. Along with deferred maintenance, the three-bedroom on North Laurel Avenue between Waring and Willoughby appears to have suffered a few unfortunate updates in recent decades. Both front and back yards are neglected and bleak, and its garage is a mere husk.

That being said, the ol’ gal still has plenty of fantastic qualities, and it’s not hard to envision her being revived into a total knockout.

Among the 1,718-square-foot home’s appealing features are barrel ceilings, period tile, a Batchelder fireplace, hardwood floors, wrought iron details, French doors, glass doorknobs, and a showstopping arched picture window. There’s also a bonus attic space offering potential expansion.

On a 6,528-square-foot lot, the property is listed with an asking price of $1.635 million; however, due to its condition, only cash buyers need apply.

Open house is scheduled for January 27 and 28 from 1 to 3 p.m.