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108-year-old Craftsman on one of Silver Lake’s best streets asks $1.3M

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Colorful but cozy

Photos courtesy of Karen Numme

North La Fayette Park Place is one of the best streets in fashionable Silver Lake. Lined with a variety of trees and populated with a mix of fabulous architectural styles, it also boasts a view of the Downtown skyline—and it’s walking distance to Sunset Boulevard.

It’s on this perfect street that you’ll find a delightful 108-year-old Craftsman that’s come on the market with a price tag of $1.29 million.

The two-level dwelling has two separate entrances, one on each level, along with two kitchens (the one on the upper floor is not permitted; the one on the bottom floor is colorful but cozy). Features include wood floors and original built-ins from 1908, box beam ceilings, and hand-painted geometric murals in the dining room.

Measuring 2,181 square feet, the home holds three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The outdoor space is lovely too. There’s a welcoming front porch and, per the listing: “French Doors off [the] rear bedroom open to a balcony with view of expansive lush garden great for entertaining.”