The kitchen and bathrooms are a bit outdated (fingers crossed the retro green tile is salvageable despite a few cracks and chips), but it sports charming features worth preserving: a little bay window, hardwood floors, a fireplace, and lots of natural light.
Coming in at 1,733 square feet, it holds three bedrooms and two bathrooms, including a “master bedroom suite with [an] oversized walk-in closet and private patio on lower floor.”
Built in 1950, it’s not among LA’s oldest houses, but it is part of the Highland Park-Garvanza historic zone, meaning changes to the property would be subject to historic preservation review.
On the market for the first time since 1988 (when it sold for $95,000), the 5,562-square-foot property is listed for $795,000.
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