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Spanish Colonial Revival from the Roaring ’20s asking $2.3M in Glendale

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Laden with lavish period details

Photos by Marco Franchina, courtesy of Leanne Reynolds

Gather ’round, time-capsule fans—this one’s a real peach. Found in Glendale’s picturesque Greenbriar/Royal Canyon neighborhood, the Spanish Colonial Revival was constructed for attorney George Moore and his wife, Anastasia, at the tail-end of the Roaring ’20s.

It has remained in the hands of the Moore family ever since, and remarkably, looks much the same as it did when built 90 years ago.

Located on a double-parcel lot encompassing half an acre, the 3,571-square-foot home has four bedrooms and four baths, including a green-tiled one as dreamy as a Stanley Kubrick film set.

Other lovely architectural features include wrought iron railings and sconces, mahogany doors, brass hardware, a Claycraft fireplace, arched picture windows, French doors, hardwood floors, and built-in bookcases, hutches, and vanities.

Outside, there’s a three-car garage and a sizable grove of olive trees.

Per the listing, the residence is in need of restoration; however, listing agent Leanne Reynolds tells Curbed the property is a strong Mills Act candidate.

Asking price is $2.275 million, and an open house is scheduled for this Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.