Eastside Property: A Boyle Heights home for those who want to be in the pink

Photo from Redfin

The Eastsider had to double-check with Google Maps Street View to see if this Boyle Heights house (pictured) in the 200 block  of Indiana Street  is as pink as shown in the real estate listing photo. Yes, it’s that pink.  The nearly 1,200-square-foot home built in 1895  has “amazing potential,” according to the Redfin listing, and “can be your retirement with the proper cosmetic touches.” Perhaps one of the those touches can be different shade of Pepto Bismol. Boyle Heights’ pink palace can be  yours for $235,000.


  1. “Taxes (2011) $496.” Wow, someone has lived there for a good long time.

  2. Why is this color so shocking? There are lots of pink houses scattered all over the east side of Los Angeles. I personally don’t care for it, but for the gentrification haters, I’m sure it is a welcome site – it’sthe site of neighborhood stagnation, gang shootings, piles of garbage in the front yard, unleashed dogs running rampant through the streets, backyard farms, and lots and lots of prison-like rod iron.

  3. I actually like it. I would take it over a grey house any time.

    • You say it sister. That disgusting grey color all the flippers are using is so much worse than this pink beauty with its matching brown roof. I actually wish everyone on the east side would just paint their house a faded shade of pink. It would look soooo much better. Do you have any decorative trash I could use for my landscaping? I hear it virtually maintenance free…

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