Eastside Property: Hillside Glassell Park home hits the market with a nearly $1 million price tag

GLASSELL PARK — With its walls of glass, cube-like forms and bright-white exterior, the two-story house at 4217 Scandia Way stands out – even from blocks away – among the more traditional buildings that dot a Glassell Park hillside. Now, the nearly 2,100-square-foot house built in 2006 is up for sale at an asking price of $959,000, according to Redfin. That’s about $200,000 more than the previous sale price back in 2010. If the home sells at or above asking, it would rank as one of the most expensive single-family homes sold in Glassell Park in recent years.

The home comes with wrap-around balconies and views of the San Gabriel Mountains, according to the listing.  But, with those large windows and its hillside perch, the occupants of the home will also be on view, day and night.

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One comment

  1. Honestly, the pictures are nicer than how it shows. The sellers kicked it up another 100K at the open house, but my spider senses tells me no one in their right mind would ever pay that. The kitchen is useless, there’s little communal space and the layout is weak at best.

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