Glassell Park is busy with new home construction, with projects ranging from a 70-unit development along Eagle Rock Boulevard to smaller projects and individual homes scattered around the neighborhood. One of those smaller projects is a four-house development on the southern section of Verdugo Road near Avenue 31.
Unlike the contemporary design of several other nearby development, these three-bedroom homes (shown above in a photo taken last month) at the base of a hillside reflect a modern take on the traditional Spanish-Colonial home. The first two of these homes, at 3118 and 3122 Verdugo, went on sale late last week at an asking price of $597,000, according to Redfin.
While this stretch ofVerdugo near San Fernando Road is a rather sleepy stretch of small homes and industrial buildings, it is only a few blocks away from the popular Verdugo Bar and Lemon Poppy Seed Kitchen.