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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Eastside Property: When an “Emotional Spanish” home is simply not enough

Photo from MLS/Redfin

When it comes to Los Angeles housing styles, apparently there is nothing that pulls the heart-strings of  buyers like a Spanish-Colonial home. How else to explain the term “emotional Spanish,” which sometimes pops up in real estate listings.  But a  newly listed Silver Lake Spanish-Colonial is not just an “emotional Spanish” it is an “emotional charming Spanish.”  The embellishment might refer to all the bright colors – from pink, purple and green – that accent the windows and interior of this 1936 house in the 1700 block of Rotary Drive.  Perhaps this emotional Spanish needs to tone it down – the asking price has been cut to $799,000 from $829,000.

Does anyone get emotional over a Tudor?

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  1. I get overly emotional about Craftsmans.

  2. Oh , yeah , that house is not for me.
    I was looking for a cold hearted bitch modern.

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