Thursday, October 20, 2016

Historic Craftsman in Hip Highland Park

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Open House: Sunday, June 8 | 2 pm – 5 pm

Located just steps from the historic national Route 66, this unspoiled California Craftsman Bungalow in Highland Park was built by John Scott in 1905 as part of the Roselawn Tract of homes. A contributing property to the Highland Park historic district, this home was honored by the Highland Park Heritage Trust in 2010 for preservation excellence.

This special two-bedroom, one-bath home has been lovingly renovated with all modern amenities while bringing back to life all the original Craftsman features. These upgrades and ‘green’ features include all copper plumbing, electrical system upgrade, tank-less water heater, central heat/air conditioning, drip irrigation system on timer, drought tolerant plants and vegetable bed for growing your own food.

This bungalow will charm you – from the family-friendly front porch to its original detailing to its California cellar to its butterfly flower and herb garden. The property boasts a coveted extra-long driveway and a one-car garage as well.

Enjoy the best that hip Highland Park has to offer in entertainment and nightlife too, with a location just a few walkable blocks to the Avenue 57 Gold Line Transit station, the Greyhound Bar & Grill, Highland Theater, Antigua Bread and the Good Girl Dinette.

Don’t miss this special opportunity to make this rare beauty your new home. Everything’s done and thought of for you – just move in and start enjoying the neighborhood!   Click here for more details and photos.

Open House: Sunday, June 8 | 2 pm – 5 pm

Price: $499,950
House: 1008 sq ft
Lot: 4279 sq ft

Meredith McKenzie/Podley Properties
(626) 344-9755
[email protected]

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