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1920s cottage in Beachwood Canyon seeks $975K

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Dutch doors, hardwood floors, and a nice backyard

The cottage sits on a cul de sac.
Photos by Rancho Photos, courtesy of Brian Moore/Sotheby’s International Realty

Built in 1922, this nearly 1,200-square-foot cottage tucked into a cul de sac is a quaint and cute retreat in the hills of Beachwood Canyon.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 6232 Glen Airy Drive is fronted by a red Dutch door. Inside, the colorful palette continues in the kitchen, bedecked in blue, green, and rust-colored tiles and outfitted with a farmhouse sink, an eat-in banquette, and a vintage O’Keefe and Merritt stove. Hardwood floors run throughout, and the living room holds beamed ceilings.

Behind the house is a brick patio and a backyard with a lawn, mature trees, and plentiful foliage that gives the space privacy.

The cottage is on the market for the first time on the market in more than 30 years. It’s listed for $975,000 with Brian Moore of Sotheby’s International Realty.

A colorful kitchen with a deep and spacious sink and an eat-in banquette.
The living room has beamed ceilings, and hardwood floors run throughout the house.
The backyard has an ample brick patio as well as grass and some privacy-providing trees.