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Delightful English cottage in Eagle Rock asks $699K

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The 1920s home has wood floors and vintage casement windows

Eagle Rock house
Sitting on a cul-de-sac, the house is fronted by a neatly maintained lawn.
Photos by Charmaine David, courtesy Lee Bothast/Coldwell Banker

Built in 1926, this charming English-style cottage on a cul-de-sac near Occidental College has, per the listing agent, been owned by the same family for the last seven decades.

The Eagle Rock residence sits on a 6,902-square-foot lot with a well-manicured front lawn. Its tall gable, arched front door, and red brick chimney give it a slightly whimsical, storybook appearance from the street.

Inside are two bedrooms and one bathroom spread across 1,258 square feet of living space, with wood floors, arched entryways, and diamond-grilled casement windows. The breezy living room has vaulted ceilings and a fireplace; it opens via sliding glass door to a small balcony overlooking the front yard.

Behind the home are terraced gardens, stone walls, and a grassy sitting area with views of the nearby mountains.

Equipped with fresh paint and a newer HVAC system, the home is asking $699,000.

The living room opens to a balcony.
A breakfast nook sits adjacent to the kitchen.
Casement windows and wood floors can be found throughout the house.
Behind the house is a grassy sitting area.