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Striking Spanish Colonial Revival in Los Feliz asking $1.8M

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It’s been updated but its vintage charm still shines

The 2,253-square-foot home is tucked away behind gates and hedges.
Sherri J Photography, courtesy of Boni Bryant and Joe Reichling/Compass

Now gracing the market in Los Feliz is a lovely Spanish Colonial Revival built in 1930. Located north of Los Feliz Boulevard a few blocks west of the Crystal Springs Drive entrance to Griffith Park, the tile-roofed residence is largely hidden from the views of passers-by behind tall hedges and an imposing pair of wooden gates. This is a bit of a shame, as the home’s approach and front façade is quite a treat for the eye, with an attractive flagstone path, charming fountain, and colorful painted tiles—but hey, at least there are listing photos.

Measuring in at 2,253 square feet, the two-story residence contains three bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, formal living and dining rooms, and a study. Character features include an elegant magnesite staircase with wrought iron railing, barreled ceilings, hardwood floors, French doors and windows, archways, a gas fireplace, built-in shelving and niches, and antique sconces and chandeliers.

Moving outside, the property has a terraced back patio with fountain and built-in seating, mature deodar cedar, silk floss, and palm trees, and a detached structure divided into two sections, with the larger portion serving as a two-car garage, and the smaller section geared toward use as an artist’s or writer’s studio.

On a 7,639-square-foot lot, 3783 Effingham Place is listed with Boni Bryant and Joe Reichling of Compass at an asking price of $1.775 million. Open house is scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.

To the right of the tiled entry is a step-down living room with barrel ceiling, hardwood floors, a gas fireplace, and wrought iron sconces.
Alex Zarour / Virtually Here Studios
An ornate iron chandelier commands the spotlight in the formal dining room, which is lined with French doors and windows.
Alex Zarour, Virtually Here Studios
The modernized kitchen features marble countertops, Viking appliances, and a built-in breakfast nook.
Alex Zarour / Virtually Here Studios
Intricately detailed wrought iron and terra cotta-colored magnesite tile set the stage for grand entrances.
Alex Zarour, Virtually Here Studios
French doors off the master bedroom open to a romantic private balcony.
Alex Zarour / Virtually Here Studios
The bathrooms have been updated in period style.
Alex Zarour / Virtually Here Studios
The property’s bonus studio, connected to the garage, features concrete floors, vaulted ceilings, and casement windows.
Alex Zarour / Virtually Here Studios