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Spanish-style showstopper asks $1.8M in Silver Lake

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In need of TLC, the house sold three years ago and has been spiffed up

Some of the most charming features can be found in the step-down living room.
Photos by Alex Zarour, courtesy of Sasha Anthome and Rogers, Stellini, and Ritt Real Estate

Freshly arrived on the Dreamboat Express is this Spanish-style knockout with a circular dining room and arches galore. Built in 1928, it came up for sale three years ago, when it was down on its luck and in need of a hero.

Property records show that Diane Von Furstenberg’s daughter, Tatiana von Furstenberg, heard the call. She scooped it up, and now after a remodel, it’s back and better, as many of its best attributes—walnut doors and trim, elegant moldings, hardwood floors—were untouched. The bathrooms and kitchen also retain their colorful vintage tile.

Located a few blocks east of Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake, the residence measures a generous 2,728 square feet and holds four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Some of the most charming elements can be found in the step-down living room, which features coved ceilings, an ornate fireplace, and an arched picture window.

Per the listing, the home is now equipped with new appliances, as well as new electrical, copper plumbing, and HVAC.

1401 Mccollum Street is listed with Sasha Anthome of Compass. The asking price is $1.799 million.

Arched windows, including this picture window in the living room, abound.
Pretty turquoise and black tile blanket the kitchen.
The residence, built in 1928, holds three bathrooms, all with colorful period tile.
The ornate fireplace was rebuilt.
The dining room rotunda is filled with natural light.