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1930s Spanish-style with back house asks $949K in Atwater Village

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Two bedrooms, plus a one-bedroom back house

Photos courtesy of Shannon Fenton

Abutting the LA River in affable Atwater Village, you’ll find this pleasant Spanish bungalow with curb appeal. Built in 1930, the home is trimmed in turquoise and sports a porch, red tile roof, and arched front door.

Bookended by a grass lawn at the front and a drought-friendly garden at the year, it’s positioned on a lot that measures 7,171 square feet—large enough to accommodate a one-bedroom, one-bath back house that’s currently tenant-occupied.

Coming in at 1,330 square foot feet, the main house holds two bedrooms and one bathroom, plus some charming vintage details that include black and yellow tile in the bathroom and wood beams and a fireplace in the living room.

Last sold two years ago for $842,000, the property is on the market now for $949,000.

Wood beams and a fireplace in the living room.
The simple kitchen flows into the dining room, where there are built-ins.
Vintage tile in the bathroom.
The yard is peppered with fruit trees.