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1920s Silver Lake Spanish-style seeks $869K

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Original oak floors, arched windows, and hand-painted tile

The house sits on Glendale Boulevard.
Photos by Joe Atlas, courtesy of Roland Hammerl

In the same family for more 20 years, this Spanish Colonial Revival in Silver Lake has all the vintage touches a buyer could hope for in a house dating to 1925, from arched picture windows to decorative ceilings.

The front door is flanked by a pair of niches that mimic the curve of the front door. The residence’s original oak floors run throughout, though the kitchen has warm, Spanish-style tile flooring.

The living room features a barrel ceiling and a decorative fireplace with Batchelder tile. The living room flows into a dining area, and then into the kitchen, which is beset with built-ins and a hand-painted tile backsplash.

The dwelling’s two bedrooms are spacious and bright. The master bedroom has its own en-suite powder room and a door that opens onto the backyard. The other bathroom is a full, with vibrant vintage tile.

The house sits right on Glendale Boulevard, near Hyperion. It’s listed for $869,000 with Roland Hammerl of PLG Estates.

Original oak floors run throughout most of the dwelling.
The living room features barrel ceilings.
The vintage-tiled full bathroom.
The master bedroom offers a connection to the backyard.
The kitchen features hand-painted tiles.