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Sun-soaked Spanish-style seeks $895K in Glendale

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In the city’s historic Rossmoyne district

A statement fireplace stretches from floor to ceiling.
Photos by Jo David, courtesy of Laura Moreno

This delightful dwelling is in good company. It’s one of 259 Spanish Colonial Revival-style homes in Glendale’s historic Rossmoyne district. Largely developed in the 1920s, the suburban subdivision is nestled at the base of the Verdugo Mountains.

This residence, built in 1927, affords picturesque views of the surrounding hills and homes from large living room windows. The sun-splashed space also features coved ceilings, original hardwood floors, and a stunning floor-to-ceiling fireplace flanked by more windows.

The home measures 1,668 square feet and contains three bedrooms and two bathrooms, plus an unpermitted family room off the kitchen—with wood beamed ceilings and a cast iron stove—that opens to a big concrete patio. The 6,061-square-foot lot also includes a detached garage.

On the market for the first time in more than five decades, the property is listed for $895,000.

A large arched window offers views of the hillside.
The home retains its original wood floors.
A separate dining space flows into the living area.
The kitchen is simple.
The family room opens to a concrete patio.
The residence is one of 259 Spanish Colonial Revival-style homes in Rossmoyne.