This 1914 Echo Park Craftsman is perched at the edge of Elysian Heights with sweeping vistas of the San Gabriel Mountains.
This perfectly preserved bungalow features wood shingle siding and is nestled under the canopy of native oak trees.
Gorgeous, original woodwork abounds. The living room, dining room, bedrooms, and kitchen are all wrapped in the elegant carpentry of the early 1900’s.
A stately brick fireplace, sleeping porch, numerous built-ins, and a hidden staircase add to the immediate charm.
The main level’s light filled kitchen and bath with claw-foot tub have both been subtly updated to retain their original elements.
The second level bedroom, bath, sitting room, workshop/study, and utility room round out the interior details.
The rear deck leads to a level patio and terraced garden with lower lawn.
The front deck wraps around a large oak tree that connects the home to a 1-car garage.
This charming home is a refuge in the midst of happening Echo Park.
Listing courtesy of Alyssa Valentine & Courtney Smith, Compass.