The 1920s home has original floors and a Batchelder fireplace
This perfectly congenial Spanish-style residence in Eagle Rock has plenty of low-key curb appeal, with neatly maintained hedges framing a concrete walkway up to the covered front porch.
Inside, the 1924-built home is blessed with original details, including wood floors, crown moldings, casement windows, arched wall nooks, built-in alcoves, and a Batchelder tile fireplace in the living room.
Featuring 1,188 square feet of floor space, the house has two bedrooms and one bathroom, along with a formal dining room illuminated by a wall of French doors. It leads out to a deck alongside the home well-suited to outdoor dining.
The large kitchen has room for a breakfast table, and the master bedroom leads out to a spacious backyard, with multiple sitting areas and a pergola-shaded patio. The home sits on a 6,608-square-foot lot, with a detached two-car garage accessible via an alley alongside the home.
Source: Curbed LA – All – Elijah Chiland