Singer Sia sells her Echo Park bungalow for $980,000

By Jack Flemming

Singer-songwriter Sia has to be pleased with the sale of her cozy place in Echo Park. After listing the bungalow in April for $849,000, the home has sold for $980,000, records show.

The artsy abode, built in 1936, sits atop a set of brick stairs and offers built-in seating and built-in bookshelves across a whitewashed floor plan. Fit into 836 square feet are two bedrooms, one tile-covered bathroom, a living room and a kitchen lined with butcher block countertops.

A set of double doors opens outside, where a large patio takes in treetop views. Down below, there’s a garage that’s been converted into a studio space.

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