Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Post and Beam Realty Presents a Glassell Park Mid-Century Home

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3819 Division Street

Perched on a hill and surrounded by greenery, this Glassell Park Mid-Century gem has had a complete facelift. Built in 1960, the 3-bedroom, 2-bath home has been lovingly renovated with soaring post-and-beam ceilings, an open-concept living/kitchen/dining room, a sprawling layout and tons of natural light.

The current owners have transformed the house by installing era-appropriate narrow-plank hardwood floors throughout and stylish finishes on every surface. The kitchen, complete with walk-in pantry, has new cabinets, hand-poured concrete counters and stainless Bosch appliances. There’s a luxurious spa-like bath with Hans Grohe and Duravit fixtures. The oversized master bedroom suite boasts a cozy fireplace, separate seating area and massive dressing area, with a renovated bath and a wall of glass that opens onto the private backyard. Down the hall from the master are two more bedrooms with large customized closets.

The house also features a 2-car garage, and plenty more outdoor areas, including a dining nook for BBQ-ing with friends under the stars.

As part of the overhaul, the current owners also updated all the electrical, HVAC, plumbing, house roof, chimney, exterior drainage, sprinklers, hardscaping and landscaping. On top of all that, this oasis is located minutes away from the shopping, restaurants and night-life of Highland Park, Eagle Rock and DTLA. Here’s your chance to live in a tranquil sanctuary while in proximity to all that urban Los Angeles has to offer.

For more photos visit: postandbeamrealty.com.

Open House

  • Thursday, April 28: 11 am – 2 pm
  • Saturday, April 30: 2 pm – 5 pm
  • Sunday, May 1: 2 pm – 5 pm








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