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LA Digs - Northeast LA Real Estate Blog

Welcome to LA Digs, the real estate and Northeast Los Angeles community blog written by Realtors Tracy King and Keely Myres.

Here, we share tips, market updates, and local news bits to keep you informed on what's happening in Northeast Los Angeles and the surrounding neighborhoods. Read on to learn about the latest in your neighborhood!

Loads of Potential with this Craftsman-style House on Professor's Row in Highland Park

Loads of Potential with this Craftsman-style House on Professor's Row in Highland Park

Homes in Highland Park are much in demand for many reasons, especially because the homes are loaded with character and charm. The opportunities to get your hands on an older classic Craftsman-style home and tranform it into the home of your dreams is what make Highland Park real estate a hot, hot commodity. But every once in a while, something really special comes along and THIS IS IT!

Built just after Occidental College moved from Highland Park to Eagle Rock, this 3-level, 3-unit, Craftsman-style house on Professor's Row (Sycamore Terrace) is ready for your loving touch. It's all about the potential--and there's lots of it to work with in this 2500-sqft former beauty.

Her youthful blush has faded over the last few decades, but the Arroyo stone work is intact along with the graceful lines of the Arts & Crafts era, and the spacious front porch still offers a friendly place to gather. There is a pepper tree, a lush overgrown patio area for sipping lemonade on those hot summer days, and two cars can park side by side in the wide driveway. Units 2 and 3 each have 1 additional room that are used as bedrooms unit 3 has half bath off master BR. Tenant pays electricity and gas, owner pays water/sewer/trash.

Listed for $499,000
Triplex
2,520 sq. ft. on a 6,525 sq. ft. lot
Built in 1915

View our listing for this Highland Park home

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