Spanish bungalow with vintage charm asks $949K

Attractively priced, this Spanish-style home with vintage charm sits on a quiet dead-end street in the hills of Glassell Park. Constructed in 1926 by the Angelus Architectural Service Company (who offered kit-homes in 1923 via their catalog “Angelus Distinctive Homes: 100 Latest Designs”), the home sits on a terraced upslope lot at 3501 Loma Lada Drive.

The living room of the Spanish house in Glassell Park
The dining room of the Spanish house in Glassell Park
The kitchen and small dining area

French doors open to a living room with high ceilings, a decorative fireplace topped with a Streamline Moderne mantel, crown moldings, and views. A few tiled steps take you to a formal dining room with vintage built-ins and archways leading to an adjoining galley-style kitchen with a breakfast nook.

The bedroom and glass window
The bedroom of the Spanish house in Glassell Park
Backyard sitting place of the Spanish house in Glassell Park

A hallway off the living room leads to two light-filled bedrooms and an updated bathroom with a Moorish-style tile floor and vintage clawfoot tub. From here, a flight of stairs takes you to the bonus space, offering a sleeping area, a full bathroom, and a separate street-level entrance.

Complete with a lush terraced yard full of fruit trees, a wood-burning brick oven, and multiple spaces for relaxing with a good book or enjoying your morning coffee out on the private Bougainvillea-draped patio; the home is attractively priced at $949K.

Listing courtesy of Bryony Atkinson – MaisonRE

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