About This 1910 Craftsman In Los Angeles California
The Heart House was built in 1910. This historic Craftsman was designed by architects John and Donald Parkinson, designers of City Hall, Union Station, Grand Central Market and more. This is historic-Cultural Monument No. 684.
Vintage Craftsman details have been carefully preserved and honored in this warm and inviting home. A large front porch greets you as you enter into the lovingly restored living space with gorgeous restored wood interiors, wood-burning fireplace, hardwood floors and original built-ins. Great layout with four bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs while the kitchen and den areas downstairs all flow to a large grassy backyard.
Detached two car garage, gated parking and more upgrades throughout. Centrally located on a quiet tree-lined street near Hancock Park, Larchmont Village, Silver Lake and many other east side neighborhoods and hot spots. Mills Act tax savings provides added financial bonus. An incredible opportunity that is not to be missed.