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Sunny Highland Park bungalow with sweeping views asks $750K

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The 1920s home has wood floors and open living spaces

Living room
The two-bedroom house was built in 1924.
Courtesy Deirdre Salomone/Keller Williams

Perched atop a grassy hill just a block from Figueroa Street in Highland Park, this 1920s bungalow offers cozy charm on the interior and stellar views from the covered front deck.

The entrance leads into an airy living room with wood floors and a decorative mantelpiece. Beyond that is a small dining room, which flows into the updated kitchen. The 884-square-foot residence also includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms, which both appear to have been recently renovated.

Below the house is a bonus room that currently appears to be outfitted as a library/studio space.

The home sits on a 5,702-square-foot lot and, per the listing, the buyer will have first right of refusal on an adjacent plot of land measuring in at 5,060 square feet. The lush grounds around the house include built-in bench seating, patio space, and gardens.

Last sold in 2010 for $410,000, the home is today asking $750,000.

House seen from bottom of hill
Dining room

410 Kirby Street [Deirdre Salomone/Keller Williams]