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Monday, September 26, 2016

Sponsored Post: A 1930s Atwater Spanish Colonial cottage gets a bettershelter modern makeover

Real estate agent Courtney Poulos invites you to view her newest listing by bettershelter this Sunday from 1 p. m. – 4  p.m.

The romance of this 1930s Spanish-Colonial home at 3201 Garden Avenue in Atwater Village has been updated with a crisp, bright and airy design. With decadent period detail  set against modernist touches, this three-bedroom, two-bath home full of warmth and good vibes is the newest offering by bettershelter. It’s listed at $529,000.

Sunshine pours in throughout the day. Evenings are cozy by striking up the wood-burning fireplace in the gracious living room, boasting its ten-foot high beamed ceilings, newly refinished original dark hardwood floors, vintage chandeliers, and dramatic built-ins. The home makes a good first impression with an elegant entry foyer featuring a vintage chandelier and architectural detail. The large formal dining space, with high tray ceilings, is perfect for entertaining. Bright white cabinets, apron front sink and butcher block counter tops, plus all new Energy Star Frigidaire stainless steel dishwasher, built-in microwave and gas range makes the  kitchen shine.

The spacious master offers bathroom en suite, complete with modern vanity, stained glass detail, and carefully selected marble tile that adds  a touch of authentic glamour.  Follow the hallway to a huge second bedroom, good-sized third bedroom and a fully remodeled guest bath with bright subway tile, modern vanity and vintage mirror and fixtures.

Take advantage of the gated parking, new fencing, and freshly painted garage—perfect for storage, office, or indoor/outdoor entertaining. bettershelter takes care to include such sustainable design features as drought-tolerant landscaping, low-flow dual flush toilets, tankless hot water heating, and energy-efficient appliances.

Located on a corner lot, the home’s Atwater Village location will provide its owners with a perfect spot to enjoy a friendly neighborhood known for its excellent cafes, bakeries, nightlife and farmers’ market.

Click here for more property details.

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4 comments

  1. The interior is lovely, restrained. But, the exterior… OMG. You’re kidding, right? Anyone remember The Lava Lady’s house off La Brea? This is like a big 3rd finger salute to a lovely historic neighborhood full of jewel box Spanish homes. What were they thinking??

  2. @marsha p — AGREED!!!!!!

  3. I would think that the exterior color would significantly increase the heat load of the house. Not good in my opinion.

  4. No yard for 5 and a half? are you kidding me.

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