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Ranch-style in Valley Glen charms for $750K

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The 1940s home has wood floors and a welcoming brick fireplace

A room with white walls and a brick fireplace at the far end. A gray sofa can be seen on the right
The living room has original wood floors and crown moldings.
Photos by 360 Listing, courtesy Tiffany Chin/Keller Williams

Built in 1941, this light-filled two-bedroom home is a charming precursor to the multitude of ranch houses built in the San Fernando Valley following World War II.

Situated on a roomy 7,850-square-foot lot in Valley Glen, it’s fronted by a grassy front lawn and a long driveway leading to the attached two-car garage. Inside are original hardwood floors, diamond-paned windows, and crown moldings.

The living room, equipped with a handsome brick fireplace, leads into a formal dining room attached to the roomy kitchen. Behind that is a window-filled sun room, covered by a beamed and planked ceiling. Wood floors extend into the master bedroom, illuminated by a large bay window.

Out back is a large, enclosed yard with an orange tree and space for a garden and outdoor seating.

Located at 12217 Califa Street, not far from the soon-to-open NoHo West shopping center, the house is asking $750,000.

A house seen at the end of a concrete driveway. A large tree towers over the house
The house sits on a 7,850-square-foot lot with a grassy front yard.
A room with two large windows and white walls. It’s furnished with a bed, a night stand, and a dresser.
A diamond-paned bay window can be found in the master bedroom.
A room wrapped by large windows. The floors are tiled and the ceiling is white. It’s furnished with a wicker bench and a dark gray chair.
A covered sun porch leads out to the backyard.
A grassy yard with an orange tree in the foreground
The large backyard has room for a garden and outdoor seating.