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Monday, September 26, 2016

Is this Highland Park home a de-stucco candidate?

610 N. Avenue 54 |Photo from So Cal MLS

The Eastsider’s post about the Echo Park house flippers who stripped the stucco off an 89-year-old bungalow to expose the original wood siding underneath has others thinking about doing the same  – or at least recommending homes that could benefit from a de-stucco. One Eastsider reader said a 1908 Highland Park home at 610 N.Avenue 54, which recently went up for sale at $208,000, might make a good de-stucco candidate. It’s not clear if there is any wood siding or shingles left but the reader said it appears that a lot of the original wood trim, window frames and brackets appear to be in intact. But who knows what lurks underneath all the stucco?



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