New to the market, The Suffragist House in Highland Park.
From the listing: The year was 1887 when two fierce women, Anna Howard Shaw and Cora Pond Pope, became leaders in the National Suffragist Movement. They made their way from the chill of Boston to the golden hills of Southern California, choosing this robust American Colonial Revival their home. If these walls could talk they would tell of clandestine meetings, a “secret society” of young women, who laid out plans for our future.
The four-bedroom, two-bath residence is located in the Highland Park-Garvanza Historic Preservation Zone (HPOZ), and is a candidate for the Mills Act.
The three-story home offers sun-drenched rooms with generous space and tall ceilings. There are original wide-planked Doug Fir floors throughout and views from every room.
This home is certainly rich in history, and now it is ready to be appreciated and enjoyed by its new owner!
Listing courtesy of Deirdre Salomone, Keller Williams Realty, Los Feliz.