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Lovingly cared for 1930s Spanish bungalow asks $849K in Highland Park

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Just off York Boulevard

Built in 1935.
Photos by DNA-image, courtesy of Amy Pace/Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

On a residential street lined with Canary Island date palms, just one block east of the action on York Boulevard in Highland Park, sits this two-bedroom Spanish-style bungalow.

Since it was built in 1935, it “has been occupied by only two families who have taken great pride in maintaining its original beauty,” the listing says. Still intact are the original cabinet knobs, exposed wood beams, tiled fireplace, tray ceilings, and arched entryways. The well-cared for dwelling measures 1,268 square feet and holds just one bathroom—decked with cute cream and brown tile in a zigzag pattern.

The 5,211-square-foot lot holds a two-car garage, and the backyard is planted with mature fruit trees, grapevines, cactuses, and rosebushes.

Last sold nearly two decades ago in 2000 for $166,000, 4926 Meridian Street is now listed for $849,000.

The charming living room, which connects to a dining room, has a tiled fireplace and exposed wood means.
Checkered black and white tile and vintage cabinets in the kitchen.
One of two bedrooms, both with hardwood floors.
The 1,268-square-foot residence holds one (cute) bathroom.
The backyard is planted with cactuses and mature fruit trees.