Los Angeles | $1.095 Million
A 1924 Tudor Revival bungalow with two bedrooms and one bathroom, on a 0.1-acre lot
Tucked into a cul-de-sac in the lower Hollywood Hills, this property is within walking distance of the Hollywood Bowl, an amenity the sellers often took advantage of. It is also just off North Highland Avenue, a major artery that takes commuters south to West Hollywood and north to Studio City. Also within walking distance (or a five-minute drive) is the Hollywood and Highland complex, which includes a Metro stop on the downtown-bound Red Line.
Size: 1,092 square feet
Price per square foot: $1,003
Indoors: The house is set at an angle to the street, with a brick patio and a succulent garden along the front. The front door, inset with stained glass, opens into a living room with white oak floors, a brick fireplace and maple-trimmed windows that look out onto the street.
Through a wide doorway is a dining room with glass doors that open to a deck. A breakfast bar with a butcher-block counter separates the dining area from the kitchen, which has stainless steel appliances and a subway-tile backsplash. Cabinet space is ample, and a window set over the sink looks out at the side of the property.
Steps lead from the kitchen and the living room to a hallway connecting the bedrooms and bathroom. Nearest the kitchen is the bathroom, rendered almost entirely in white tile, with a porcelain pedestal sink next to a combination tub and shower with a window. Next to the bathroom is a bedroom with space for a queen-size bed and desk, as well as a closet and a door to the garage. Across the hall is a second, slightly larger bedroom.