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Delightful Dutch Colonial with perfect summer porch asks $1.9M in Hollywood

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Built in 1914

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In historic Hollywood Grove, you’re equidistant the buzz of Hollywood and the solitude of Griffith Park. The neighborhood is populated with single-family homes built during the turn of the 20th century, including this charming three-bedroom, two and a half bathroom home.

Built in 1914, the shingled Dutch Colonial features wainscoting, picture windows, French doors, built-ins, and a fireplace. It’s got a cozy feel but is filled with sunlight.

It holds two living areas, plus a dining room that opens to a covered back porch—ideal for lounging on warm summer days. The porch looks out into a verdant yard and a detached garage that has been converted for use as an office or studio.

Last sold for $1.172 million in 2010, the 6,892-square-foot property is on the market now for $1.949 million.