Down on the farm — Elysian Heights style

The gentrification of Echo Park and other sections of the Eastside finds many long time residents missing the days when chickens clucked and roosters crowed from the backyards and even the apartment courtyards of Latino residents. Well, it looks like chickens are making a comeback. But this time around they will be raised by the owners of a newly built Bauhaus-meets barnyard home set on a large double lot in Elysian Heights.

“The owners intend to create an urban farm, which will include chickens, goats and organic vegetables.”

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