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Completely revamped 1920s Mission-Revival in Adams Hill asking $1.8M

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On a street-to-street lot with majestic views

Photos by Christine Bullard, courtesy of Alyssa Valentine/Compass

From the outside, this new listing in Glendale’s Adams Hill looks much the same as it did when it was built in 1924. Its insides, however, are quite a different story.

The 3,060-square-foot home last traded hands for just $680,000 in December 2016. Since then, it’s been outfitted with new wood floors, new lighting, all-new bathrooms, and a new kitchen replete with stainless appliances, marble countertops, and a marble island.

The house has also undergone a bit of spatial reconfiguration. Previously a five-bedroom, it’s now got four—two on the main level, a top-floor master suite, and a one-bedroom guest suite with kitchenette on the lower level.

One aspect that needed no updating: the property’s stunning vistas, which can be admired from a number of decks and patios on the 9,988-square-foot street to street lot.

Asking price for the revamped residence—which will host an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. this Sunday—is $1.795 million.