Snazzy Mid-Century on a Half-Acre in Tujunga Asks $670k

By Bianca Barragan

Alright, so Tujunga isn’t exactly in the middle of the hip action like your Silver Lakes or your Venices, but this place is worth venturing off the beaten path a little. Built in 1955, the residence sits on a little over a half-acre of land, atop its own little hill, giving it the away-from-it-all serenity of the foothills mixed in with the timeless coolness that so many mid-century specimens exude. The three-bedroom house has wood floors, beamed ceilings, clerestory windows, and, in many rooms, floor-to-ceiling windows.

Outdoor spaces include house’s wide deck is somewhat shaded by pines, and there’s also a patio as long as the house. There is the slight issue of the house having just under two bathrooms (one full, plus a three-quarter bathroom), but for many, that might not be a huge issue. This sweet, 1,658-square-foot pad is asking $670,000.

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