Inviting 1920s Craftsman seeks $987K in Glendale

By Elijah Chiland

This classic Craftsman bungalow can be found in northern Glendale, close to the Verdugo Wash, where it sits on a street lined with oak trees and vintage lampposts.

The house was built in 1923 and retains an array of original features, including an ornate front door with leaded glass details, built-in cherry wood bookshelves, and wall nooks. A gas fireplace in the living room is fronted by a wall of river rock.

Measuring in at 1,360 square feet, the home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. A formal dining room sits alongside the updated kitchen and opens directly to the backyard. The grassy yard can also be accessed via French doors in the breezy master bedroom.

Per the listing, newer upgrades include copper plumbing and a built-in sound system with speakers in every room.

To read the full article visit their website here.

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