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1932 L.A. Bungalow With Original Teal and Yellow Tile Asks $950K 

Thursday, August 20, 2020   /   by The Villages Home Search

1932 L.A. Bungalow With Original Teal and Yellow Tile Asks $950K 

Price: $950,000

Location: Los Angeles

Like many of the other homes on its silk oak tree-lined street, this Spanish bungalow in L.A.’s Leimert Park appears to have been frozen in time, looking much the same as it did when it was built back in 1932. The neighborhood, conversely, is currently in the throes of a major transformation. Game-changing developments are percolating, including the long-awaited Crenshaw/LAX Line, a light rail slated to open in 2021, and Destination Crenshaw, a $100 million, 1.3-mile-long “outdoor art and culture experience celebrating Black Los Angeles.” Leimert Park Village Plaza, the neighborhood’s social and cultural hub, is just a five-minute walk from the property, which is located at 4260 South Norton Avenue.


Specs: 3 beds, 1.5 baths, 1,498 square feet, 0.094 acres

In keeping with local interpretations of Spanish Revival style, the single-story residence has a red-tiled roof and front portico. The living room, kitchen, dining room, and breakfast room are clustered toward the front of the house, while the bedrooms are all accessed by one hallway toward the back. According to the listing, the home has been updated with copper plumbing and a new HVAC system, but otherwise its interior remains pleasingly intact. Notable features include hardwood floors with an inlay design, detailed plasterwork and moldings, built-in dressers and vanities, crystal doorknobs, and colorful original tile in the kitchen, bathrooms, and fireplace. Behind the house is a bougainvillea-draped courtyard with a tiled fountain and avocado tree, plus a detached garage that is currently used as a rental property. Take a virtual tour here.


Living room with a tiled fireplace and an arched window.
Charming original details include carved plasterwork, an arched picture window, and a fireplace with Batchelder tile.


Dining room with a dark wood table and rug.
The formal dining room features tray ceilings and hardwood floors with an elegant inlay design.


Kitchen with checkerboard floors, white cabinets, and teal tiles.
On one side of the vintage-tiled kitchen is a laundry room and half-bath.


A room with a bar cart and two windows.
A breakfast room with built-in hutch adjoins the kitchen on the other side.


Bedroom with wood floors and a window.
Bedrooms feature coved ceilings, crown moldings, and hardwood floors.


Bathroom with teal tiles and white cabinets.
Splendor in the bath.


Outdoor area with sectional sofa.
The rear courtyard has a tiled fountain and avocado tree.

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