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1930s Burbank home is a total throwback for $789K

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It comes with a built-in toaster and vintage telephone

Front walkway to home
Built in 1939, the home retains plenty of vintage features.
Photos courtesy Kimberly Sylvester-Malzahn

Here's a real throwback. Built in 1939, this three-bedroom home in Burbank dates back to the city's early days as a center of manufacturing and the entertainment industry.

Wood paneled walls, white tile countertops, and hardwood floors point to its history, and an antique wall phone is included in the sale (per the listing, it still works). A built-in chrome toaster oven and Thermador can opener were probably installed a little later, but add to the vintage atmosphere.

Other interior features of the 1,690-square-foot home include a step-down living room, a brick fireplace, and a built-in bar.

The house sits on a 5,946-square-foot lot with a sizable backyard, a bit of patio space, and an attached single-car garage. A roomy attic gives the home plenty of added storage space.

Asking price is $789,000.

Living room
Step-down family room
Kitchen
Family room bar
Backyard