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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Home & History

“Spanish Castle” fixer-upper sells for nearly $1m in Glassell Park; Atwater Village bunglaow sells for $136k over asking & more

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A couple of huge compounds recently sold on the Eastside, including what's described as a "Spanish castle" in need of fixing up that went for nearly a million dollars in Glassell Park, and a 3,500 square-foot property with a main house and guest unit that sold in Silver Lake for nearly $1.9 million. A perfectly humble, little bungalow in Atwater Village sold for $735,000 -- $136,000 over its original list price. If you wanted to buy a "fixer deal" in Highland Park, you would have needed a half-million bucks. Read More »

Restored Modern in the Hills of Mount Washington

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Designers Breland/Harper consider the experience of their homes from every aspect. They compose fine but simple elements - flooring imported from Italy, solid brass hardware, hand poured concrete counters - and combine them with a minimalist eye. Read More »

Get Into This Housing Market

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Eastside rents are climbing and there is no end in sight. This weekend, Tracy Do Real Estate offers some relief for people who are ready to dive into this housing market. Read More »

For Sale: Mt Washington 3/2 Sweet Home

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1707 Bridgeport Dr | $549,000 | Property Website So just about the time you thought your chances for a sweet NELA 3/2 under $600,000 were gone…along comes a great package of open kitchen/dining/living room, a generous master suite and the sheer delight of Elyria Canyon’s trails ... Read More »

Fall Move-ins Available At Morton Village In Echo Park

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Morton Village by Van Daele Homes in Echo Park is abuzz with excitement! The community is preparing for its first residents to move in later in August, and there is a flurry of activity as construction completion nears for all residences, which means home buyers purchasing one of the remaining four residences can move-in as early as the fall. Read More »