Eastside Property: El Sereno house replaces curb appeal with green blob

This newly listed two-bedroom El Sereno house on Boca Avenue says the “seller will place New FRONT lawn, and front sprinklers.” In the meantime the existing front yard looks like it has been replaced by a digital green blob, based on the photo above that accompanies the Redfin listing.  Perhaps it would have been better to have taken a photo after the sod arrived or invested in a Photoshop class before looking for buyers for the $198,000 property.


  1. Yeah, or just make green polka dots.

  2. LMAO!!!! Epic Fail!

  3. looks like the entire yard has been slimed!

  4. Funny that the house on the Google street view looks better than this Photoshopped masterpiece.

  5. It’s funny how this house is labeled as being in El Sereno, but when you look around the area all you see are fake city signs that read “Hillside Village”, whatever that is. Whenever there is a negative story or news in these fake and illegal communities of “University Hills” and “Hillside Village”, it’s always in El Sereno. But when it’s something positive about the area, all of a sudden it’s no longer El Sereno, but “Hillside Village” or “University Hills”. It’s a double-standard and a slam on El Sereno, propagated by Councilman Huizar and the self-serving LA-32 Neighborhood Council. Councilman Huizar and the LA-32 Neighborhood Council (in reality, it needs to be called the El Sereno Neighborhood Council) need to stop slandering and the illegally dividing the Historic El Sereno community.

    Kudos to the Eastsider for being consistent and calling the community what it really is (El Sereno) and promoting only those true communities of NELA.


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