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Saturday, October 1, 2016

Sponsored Post: Renovated California bungalows open Sunday in Montecito Heights

Real estate agent Courtney Poulos invites you to visit her Montecito Heights 2-on-a-lot open house this Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Nestled in the hillsides just east of the 110 Freeway and Highland Park is the charming historical community of Montecito Heights. With some of the best views in the city, Montecito Heights offers small town community charm, without the big city real estate prices.

4400 Berenice Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90031, is a freshly renovated, turnkey property featuring two California Bungalows on one lot. Built in 1922, this sunny, light front house offers 2 bedrooms and 2 bathroom. The bright back house, boasting incredible mountain views, offers 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. Both well-appointed properties feature renovated kitchens, new floors and manicured landscaping.  Listed at $399,000, this property is priced just right! Visit for a virtual tour, floor plan and more details.

Montecito Heights’ active community enjoys Debs Park, over 280 acres of preserved wilderness, and the Audobon Society nature and education facility for children and adults. Montecito Heights residents share multi-generational stories, art and music projects and visitors can indulge in in the rich heritage and history of the neighborhood and its role in American History.  Seconds to the 110, minutes to Pasadena, Highland Park, South Pasadena, Eagle Rock, Silver Lake, Echo Park and Downtown. If you are looking to belong to a community full of rich history, talented artists, and wilderness-lovers, in the hills of Los Angeles, welcome home!

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Photos by Charmaine David



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3 comments

  1. Nice looking and wow 2 home for a great price. Maybe I’ll take a ride over and see. i hope the 2nd home is as nice as this one. Thanks for the tip,

  2. This is what I love about Los Angeles. There are always new and interesting places to discover. I live near Montecito but have never been there. Now I want to go. I will also be able to tell my friends who are house hunting about it. Thank you!

  3. This house is just up the street from Avenue 43 and Griffin. Sorry, but this area is still rough, in my opinion.

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