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Cozy, towered Los Feliz home asking $1.29M

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The ensuite master bath still has its original 1920s tile

Period details include beamed ceilings and pocket doors.
Photos courtesy of Ross Carter, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

This French Norman-style home in Los Feliz was built in 1928. Ninety one years later, it’s still hanging onto its original ensuite master bath with spunky tangerine tile.

It’s one of two colorfully-tiled bathrooms in the three-bedroom dwelling, which is located at at 4202 Los Nietos Drive, about a half mile from Lil Dom’s, Jeni’s, and the other shops and restaurants on walkable Hillhurst Avenue.

Other period details include arched entryways, pocket doors, a towered breakfast room with a leaded glass built-in, beamed ceilings, and a Juliet balcony off the master bedroom. Measuring 1,763 square feet, the home also holds a den with city views and a formal dining room.

It’s split onto two levels, with the lower level holding a two-car garage and a “large washroom/basement.” The 5,542-square-foot property—complete with a backyard “beckoning you to create the garden you’ve always dreamed of”—is listed for $1.298 million.

In addition to the towered breakfast nook, there’s a formal dining room.
The understated kitchen has been updated with some contemporary appliances but still has vintage charm, including an O’Keefe and Merritt stove.
Left: The breakfast nook with a built-in wood hutch. Right: The lovely second bathroom sports sage green tile.
The original tangerine tiled master bath, with a separate shower.
Built in 1928 in the French Norm revival style.