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Little Hollywood bungalow seeks $550K

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From your front porch you can take a look around, and see which way the wind blows

The petite abode was built in 1924.
Courtesy of Bailey Mannle Homes, Barbano Realty, Inc.

Are you a lucky little lady in the city of light? If so, perhaps you’ll scoop up this little Hollywood bungalow.

Centrally located off Fountain Avenue and Vine Street, the petite Spanish-style dwelling is tucked into “the end of a private court of 20 homes-surrounded by fruit trees and mature plants.”

Built in 1924, it measures just 518 square feet, but it is a standalone unit (i.e. with no shared walls), on a 1,242 square-foot lot. In that space, it packs one bedroom and one bathroom with yellow tile, and a kitchen with a dishwasher and other stainless steel appliances.

As the listing photos show, the tiled front porch can accommodate a bistro table. The washer and dryer can be found outside, “protected from the elements,” says real estate agent Lotoya “Aiesha” Bailey Mannle. For those hot Los Angeles summers, there are ceiling fans in the bedroom and living room, plus a window A/C unit.

The asking price? $550,000.

Windows let in lots of natural light in the living room.
The kitchen is equipped with stainless steel appliances.
In the kitchen, there’s some space for a little eat-in area.
In the bathroom, there’s a pedestal sink and shower and tub combo with yellow tile.
The bungalow has one bedroom, with a ceiling fan.