Sunday, October 23, 2016

Eastside Open House: Eagle Rock Mid Century; Echo Park Craftsman & more

This weekend’s open house options range from a well-preserved Eagle Rock Mid Century to a restored Craftsman in Echo Park and a contemporary-style property in Montecito Heights.  Always check to make sure the open house has not been cancelled or rescheduled before you go for a look.

Here’s a sampling of open houses in the area this weekend.

Atwater Village Area

3240 LA CLEDE AVE $699,000

Boyle Heights Area

Cypress Park Area

Eagle Rock Area

Echo Park – Silver Lake Area

El Sereno Area

Elysian Valley Area

Glassell Park Area

  • 2867 West Avenue 33: This 1911 Glassell Park Craftsman has been thoughtfully restored to its original charm while incorporating all the amenities for today’s needs. 3 bedrooms & 1.75 baths. $727,000. Open House: 3/21 & 3/22 12pm – 4 pm

Highland Park Area

Lincoln Heights Area

Montecito Heights Area

Mount Washington Area

  • 427 Museum Drive: A bundle of surprises! Come home to a very private rear patio perfect for a morning coffee, warm wood floors & move-in ready updated kitch/liv room, bonus office, and, rare double car port. 1 Bed & 1 Bath. $442,000. Open House: Sunday, March 22 2-4

Silver Lake Area

Source: TheMLS.com

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  1. bathing at baxter

    Units in Morton Village & SL70 are being purchased as AirBNB properties.

    • interesting, how do you know?

      • bathing at baxter

        The grapevine. Maybe people with an axe to grind. Sorry I reported it as as fact.

        • I don’t see anything on the airbnb website.

          I do see one of the homes in the chicken corner development on there.

        • Doubt that buying something for $850k plus will pencil out for an airbnb rental. Property taxes and HOA will be pushing $1500 per month. Add in the cost of furnishings and the ongoing operating costs for maid, etc. You would have to charge $300 per night to get even a minimal return on investment.

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