clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

1920s Spanish-style with updates asking $1.6M in Miracle Mile

New, 6 comments

The home sits on a tranquil lot with fountains and patio space

Living room with fireplace
The house sports new paint and renovated kitchen and bathrooms.
Photos by Pierre Galant, courtesy Deasy/Penner

This elegant Spanish-style residence was built in 1925 and, though it’s been significantly updated since then, retains plenty of nice original details.

Located just south of the Wilshire corridor, within easy walking distance of LACMA and the La Brea Tar Pits (not to mention the Purple Line in a few years), the home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms spread across 2,042 square feet of living space.

Out front is a lovely mosaic tile entryway leading to an arched wooden doorway. On the inside are hardwood floors, vintage sconces, coved ceilings, picture windows, and a gas-burning living room fireplace. Details like those go along with newer upgrades like fresh paint, a renovated kitchen, and a retrofitted foundation.

The house sits on a 7,000-square-foot lot with a landscaped front yard complete with a stone fountain. In the back is a pergola-shaded deck and adjacent patio.

Asking price is $1.589 million.

Front courtyard of house
Arched entry
Dining room
Bedroom with wood floors
Backyard with deck