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1864 Lemoyne Street In Echo Park

1864 Lemoyne Street
Los Angeles, CA 90026
3 BR, 2 BA
$849,000

This Echo Park bungalow was built in 1907 and completely remodeled and restored in a year-long process by Re-Inhabit. Much of the original structure was used in the restoration, including wood siding from the former broken-down garage, which became the tread of an interior stairway.

The 1,598 square foot residence features an open floor plan, expansive outdoor space, and stunning city-lights views.


There is a deck off the kitchen–ideal for al fresco dining or entertaining.

The large master suite has its own a private, spacious deck.

There is a bonus attic space that can be used as an office, playroom or den.

The home is sited on a 4,966 square foot lot with plenty of useable outdoor space to play and relax.


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Listing courtesy of Tracy B Do, John Aaroe Group.

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2 Responses to “1864 Lemoyne Street In Echo Park”

  1. That house is really gorgeous. I wish I could afford a house like that right now. Some day. You think the higher desirability of living in Echo Park will start lowering prices in Hollywood Hills or do you think the expansion is just keeping up with demand?

  2. honestdog says:

    I know this house and have seen it before and now after. I didn’t find it appealing then and honestly still feel the same, but everyone has their own taste. House flippers that do these remodels and throw in hipster elements to appeal to the “dwell” crowd, I can see right through. Take out the guitars, bad icky, sticky salvation army furniture, period fridge and record player and what you’ve got is a very basic house. Salvageable wood etc. does not make it better if not used properly. If restoration was the key, then why put in an ultra modern deck and back house that does not meld at all with the period architecture and jeez, gravel galore. I’m not really sure when staging houses like this the contractor/flipper feels the need to add a lot of musical instruments? All the musicians I know would not be able to afford a 800k property. Would prefer paying 300k to do my own renovations then live with some other’s idea of good style/taste.


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