For Sale: Renovated 1902 Bungalow in Historic Lincoln Heights

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115 E Avenue 32 | $749,000 | Property Website

Los Angeles, 1902: street cars ran from Pasadena to the beach, Downtown was a vibrant hotspot, and charming character homes were built for people looking for paradise. This reborn bungalow captures the original charm of the era but with the modern amenities today’s paradise-seeker desires.

A reimagined floor plan creates space for an open living area, custom-built kitchen, and separate master suite. Details that seem like they’re from 1902 are new – push-button switches, leaded glass transom window, clawfoot tub, wood-frame windows, molding, hardwood floors, glass door knobs, and more.

All the systems have been updated, including a reinforced foundation, so you can move right in. The finished attic provides ample space for den, office, or guests, while the rebuilt one-car garage can actually be used for a car or as another flex space.

Located in historic Lincoln Heights, a vibrant neighborhood ideally close to Downtown LA, Highland Park, and just off the Gold Line!

Open House:

  • Sunday, March 17, 2-5pm.

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