Wow, this amazing 1930’s Spanish-style home on Mt. Washington has all kinds of great things going for it. Character details galore, a Batchelder fireplace, and a location on one of the best streets in the neighborhood.
There are almost too many stellar hallmarks of early 20th century Southern California Spanish Revival architecture to count.
Hardwood floors, period light fixtures, and arched doorways, for starters.
The stenciled beams are an amazing feature.
Check out the formal dining room.
This office area makes great use of saltillo tiles.
The kitchen retains much of its original period details.
There are 3 spacious bedrooms.
The downstairs bonus space leads directly to the backyard patio area.
The home is sited on a huge lot, more than 10,000 square feet, so the outdoor living spaces are large and numerous.
659 Frontenac Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90065
Listing courtesy of Chris Corkum and Lisa Brende – Coldwell Banker Los Feliz