Just shy of 750 square feet, this compact craftsman features a space-maximizing floor plan with vaulted ceilings and a private backyard patio for entertaining.
Inside, original chocolate-colored hardwood floors ground the open-concept while lots of light filters through double-hung windows.
The neutral palette, accented with dark-wood trim, has a pop of leafy-patterned wallpaper covering the west-facing wall leading to the rear private patio space with a wood deck perfect for lounging or small dinner gatherings.
An updated L-shaped kitchen is positioned in a corner, stepping out into the open space where the living and dining rooms blend together.
Two oversized bedrooms sit at either end of the interior.
Clad in wood siding, the bungalow is located at 1475 Wallace Ave in Angelino Heights, an historic neighborhood of Echo Park and L.A.’s very first designated Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ.)
Listed for $749,000, the home also includes a laundry/storage room, electric car charger in driveway, and is designated as a Mills Act property.
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Listing courtesy of Ed Faktorovich – Figure 8 Realty