ECHO PARK — This Craftsman-style home with a pool and guest cottage generated a lot of attention when it went on the market in July at an asking price of $1.395 million. But that lofty asking price was not high enough. This week, only a little more than a month after it was listed for sale, the three-bedroom house built in 1907 officially changed hands at $1.755 million, according to Redfin. That’s about 25% over the asking price and marks a record high for a single-family property sold in Echo Park and Elysian Heights in recent years.
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