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.
French doors open to a living room with high ceilings, decorative fireplace topped with a Streamline Moderne mantel, crown moldings, and views. A few tiled steps takes you to a formal dining room with vintage built-ins and archways leading to an adjoining galley-style kitchen with a breakfast nook.
A hallway off the living room leads to two light-filled bedrooms and an updated bathroom with Moorish-style tile floor and vintage clawfoot tub. From here, a flight of stairs takes you to the bonus space offering a sleeping area, full bathroom, and a separate entrance at street level.
Complete with a lush terraced yard full of fruit trees, 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