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1920s Highland Park bungalow with urban farm potential asks $950K

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The half-acre property offers room to expand

Photos by Eric Charles, courtesy of the L34 Group

If you’ve got back-to-the-land inclinations but city obligations, this listing may be of interest.

Located in the hills of northern Highland Park, the property includes two parcels of land totaling over half an acre.

On one parcel is a bungalow built in 1922. Measuring 1,316 square feet, it features two bedrooms, two baths, hardwood floors, a stone fireplace, stained-glass cabinets, a vintage stove, and a walk-in cedar closet.

Out of doors is a certified wildlife habitat, populated with various cacti, fruit and pepper trees, plus a rustic stone fireplace and fountain.

Per the listing, the second lot is buildable, allowing for its future owner to expand or erect a separate residence.

Asking price is $950,000, and an open house is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m.