Midcentury Picfair Village Traditional with original elements seeks $1.249m

Located in the Picfair Village neighborhood of mid Los Angeles, this 1940-built Traditional home is modernized but still maintains a number of original features, including hardwood floors and steel casement windows.

The living room of Midcentury traditional house in the Picfair Village neighborhood
Wooden cabinet and living room view
The kitchen and a wooden cabinet

Opening to soaring ceilings anchored by refinished hardwood floors, the stylish residence holds three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms spread across 1,906 square feet of living space.

Just beyond the kitchen—sporting open shelving and custom cabinetry finished in a soft blush color with unique drawer pulls—the step down living room features a fireplace and a wall of casement windows allowing tons of natural light to flood the space and a view of beautiful Bougainvillea when in bloom.

Bathroom basin and wooden cabinet, mirror
The bedroom and a fireplace

A center hall leads to the bedrooms with a master suite offering high ceilings, along with a walk-in closet area and adjoining bathroom with dual sinks.

The exterior got a makeover too. A too-often-seen front lawn was replaced with an array of mature succulents, a small collection of citrus trees and a planter of edible fresh herbs.

The home last sold in 2010 for $487,000. It’s now listed for $1.249 million.

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