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Renovated 1970s split-level in Glendale asks $1.18M

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The airy home has wood-paneled walls and soaring ceilings

Living room
The 1977-built house was recently remodeled.
Photos courtesy Sotheby’s International Realty

Located in northeastern Glendale, this late modern home has a swanky tree house vibe, with airy interiors, wood-paneled walls, and pitched ceilings.

The 2,664-square-foot house was built in 1977 and has been thoroughly remodeled since it last sold earlier this year (for $950,000). The bathrooms have been redone with new fixtures and the kitchen has been outfitted with freshly installed counters and appliances.

Wood floors run throughout the split-level home, which includes three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The living room is equipped with a white brick fireplace and flows smoothly into the dining room and kitchen. Sliding glass doors in multiple rooms lead out to balconies overlooking the nearby hills.

The large master suite has a walk-in closet and a huge bathroom highlighted by a tile bathtub illuminated by an overhead skylight.

Sitting on a 4,458-square-foot lot, the house has an attached two-car garage that the listing suggests converting into an additional office space.

Asking price is $1.179 million.

Dining room
Master bedroom