This newly listed 1938 Spanish Colonial Revival-style home in City Terrace has a lot going for going it. Many of its original features remain intact; there’s a detached, two-car garage and a price tag under $250,000, which has become much harder to find the days. But one potential major drawback could be a freeway-close location.
While not directly facing or backing up to the 10 Freeway, the two-bedroom house on Rogers Street is only a block away from the eastbound lanes. The freeway noise is still loud and clear even at this distance. But, then again, putting up with some freeway noise might be worth it given the home’s vintage condition. Here’s how the Redfin listing describes the place:
Great Opportunity to purchase a wonderful starter home in City Terrace with much character and original details. This property has abundance of natural light, 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, living room with fireplace, front picture window, and beamed ceilings, formal dining room, kitchen with tile counters and an adjacent service porch.
The house is being offered up at $249,000. At that price, the buyers might have some money left over to pay for some sound proofing.
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