With all kinds of vintage charm, this Revival-style residence hits the market in West Adams for the first time in 55 years.
Built circa 1924, the home stands two stories tall on a generous sized lot surrounded by century-old houses in a pocket of the neighborhood called West Adams Avenues.
The portico entrance opens to light-filled rooms throughout the 2,492 square feet of living space. Classic details of the Revival-style era are first seen in the living room — a generous space with high ceilings, hardwood floors, brick fireplace, and large, original windows. On the other side of the main level is an office and a formal dining room that’s currently set up to comfortably host a dinner for six.
Bridging the space between the living room and kitchen is a staircase with a dark wood banister. The spacious kitchen offers a u-shaped counter area with an adjoining breakfast room. A full bathroom and separate laundry room completes this level.
All three bedrooms are located upstairs and share a vintage bathroom lined with hexagon tiles on the floor, pedestal sink flanked by built-in cabinets, and a built-in medicine cabinet. The larger, east-facing bedroom has access to a deck where you can enjoy your morning lattes.
As a contributing property within one of the LA’s Historic Preservation Overlay Zones, there’s a strong chance the new owner could benefit from the city’s Mills Act Program. New to market with a list price tag a tad under $1 million, the residence also comes with a two car garage with ADU potential.