Open House Obsession: Taking The Long View In Glendale, $899K

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By Philip Ferrato 

Where: 1339 Corona Drive, Adams Hill/Glendale
When: Sunday, August 23rd from 2:00pm-4:00pm
Asking: $899,000
What: Perched in Glendale’s Adams Hill neighborhood, this simple but stylishly renovated 4-bed, 2-bath home has a 24/7 panorama of Los Angeles from the spacious living/dining areas.

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25 06 07 In a classic Mid-Century setting, the chic, understated staging doesn’t hurt at all. 10 The master bedroom and a second bedroom are on the main level. Downstairs, there’s a third bedroom and office flanking a spacious, flexible space with polished concrete floors and the same great view.20 22What We Love: The low-key renovation throughout, like the mix of updated concrete finishes and vintage fixtures in the master bath. 15

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