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Modern log cabin in Elysian Heights asking $1.5M

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The rustic residence features knotty pine walls, a river-rock fireplace, a two-story atrium, and a sizable lot

Photos by Virtually Here Studios, courtesy of Tori Horowitz

The hilly section of Echo Park known as Elysian Heights is well-stocked with quaint cottages dating back to the early 1900s. But within the tract you’ll also find a pair of log cabins built in the early 1980s, one of which is now on the market for the first time in 35 years.

Constructed of solid logs made from Idaho lodgepole pine, the rustic-modern residence contains three bedrooms and two baths within its 2,485 square feet. Notable architectural features include a two-story atrium, multiple skylights, a river-rock fireplace and staircase wall, French doors, casement windows, and an expansive deck.

The home also comes with a rooftop solar panel system and a two-car garage.

Per the listing, the 7,500-square-foot property includes the adjacent undeveloped parcel of land and is zoned R-2, allowing for the construction of an additional dwelling unit.

Asking price is $1.499 million.