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Spanish-style in Carthay Square is lovely for $1.39M

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A barrel ceiling and palladian window

Photos courtesy of Leticia Gonzalez

You don’t have to look hard to find the charm in this Spanish-style home located on a tree-lined street in Carthay Square’s historic preservation zone. Built in 1926, it has immediate curb appeal: a tile roof, a palladian window, a touch of molding, and a front porch.

The home is equally lovely inside, most strikingly in the living room with its dramatic barrel ceiling and understated fireplace. An arched entryway leads into a dining room with French doors; an updated kitchen matches the character of the house with colored tile and a vintage stove.

Measuring 1,476-square-feet, it contains three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property also holds a detached garage and a garden. It’s on the market for $1.398 million.