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.
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.
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.