Back in May The Eastsider reported that an imposing Spanish-Colonial home – a city historic landmark – located across the street from Echo Park Lake had gone up for sale at $1.1 million. But apparently there has not been much interest in the approximately 2,800-square-foot residence, built in 1937, because its price has been cut four times since it came on the market as a trust sale. The most recent cut made this week has brought the price of the Glendale Boulevard home down to $799,500, according to Redfin. Will this lower price – more than 25% below the original – finally attract a buyer for Historic Cultural Monument No. 257?
August 18, 2017
With 460 bands and performers, Echo Park Rising will be taking over the weekend and the neighborhood
August 17, 2017
After three years of washing dishes and brewing drinks, a former corporate consultant prepares to open an Echo Park tea house
August 16, 2017
August 15, 2017