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Spanish-style with ‘lots of details to love’ asks $689K in Highland Park

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Built in 1930

Photos by Charmaine David, courtesy of Natalie Trabin

It’s nearly 90 years old, but this Spanish-style home in Highland Park is still easy on the eyes.

Built in 1930, it has been treated to some cosmetic work—but hasn’t lost its charms.

As the listing proclaims, there are “lots of details to love,” and many of them can be found in the living room, which features a floor-to-ceiling decorative fireplace with a black tile trim, coved ceilings, and a picture window. Other noteworthy features include arched entryways, wood floors, and an updated kitchen that flows into an “office or breakfast nook.”

Measuring 1,005 square feet, the home contains two bedrooms and one bathroom, which has been handsomely remodeled with black marble and tile.

Enveloped in native plants, the home sits on a 3,400 square foot lot with room out back for al-fresco dining. But the property, located off York Boulevard and Avenue 53, is also easy walking distance to bars and restaurants.

Last sold in 2013 for $540,000, it’s now on the market for $689,000.