Architectural duo Robert Farquhar Train and Robert Edmund Williams helped cement the Arts & Crafts Movement in the historic Garvanza District of Highland Park by lining the streets with enchanting Craftsman bungalows.
While the Craftsman craze was in full swing members of the Arroyo Guild members of the Arroyo Guild (a collective of craftsmen and architects) joined together to design and build “useful things of superlative excellence and beauty.”
The home sits on an idyllic 8,632-square-foot lot surrounded by mature oak and eucalyptus trees.
Measuring 1,261 square feet, the 1922-built home holds two bedrooms, and one bath. Craftsman styling throughout features charming original details, including a fireplace adorned with Batchelder tiles, a formal dining room, a classic kitchen, and a bonus den with Arroyo stone details.
The home last sold in 2008 for $495,000. It’s now listed for $859,999, represented by Leti Vandensteen & Rebecca Gilbert.