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Sunny Spanish-style above Silver Lake asks $1.2M

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Built in 1929, it has hardwood and tile floors

Living room with view out to deck
The house offers views of the surrounding hills.
Photos by Joe Atlas, courtesy Deasy/Penner

Up in the hills east of the Silver Lake Reservoir is this Spanish-style home built in 1929. Perched above the street, it sits on a 5,898-square-foot lot with a lovely front garden and a lush backyard.

Inside, the house has two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms, with 1,648 square feet of total living space. It has been updated since the 1920s, but it retains hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, arched entryways, Spanish kitchen tile, and a brick-fronted fireplace in the living room.

A rounded, turret-like space serves as a unique dining area. Huge windows in the master bedroom offer views around the neighborhood.

The main house is supplemented by a guest unit in the back and a garage out front that’s been converted into an office with recessed lighting, shelving, and a skylight. Behind the main house are two large decks offering plenty of room for outdoor seating.

Asking price is $1.195 million.

Front of house with garden
Bedroom
Guest room
Living room
Kitchen and dining area
Back decks