This 1908 Boyle Heights bungalow is pretty spartan on the outside, and it does not look like the owners have done much work on the exterior since they purchased the Pennsylvania Avenue home for $125,000 last year . Inside, however, what appear to be some original features – including a fireplace, built-in book shelves and wood floors – have been preserved amid new walls, electrical systems and kitchen cabinets. The $234,000 asking price – nearly double what the owners paid in August 2010 – might be a bargain in Echo Park or Highland Park but is it low enough to attract many buyers to an 864-square-foot home in Boyle Heights?
September 25, 2016
“We want you to get out of our neighborhood” — Anti-gentrification demonstrators take to the streets during Boyle Heights art openings
September 21, 2016