I’m not one who thinks that a home simply being old means it’s a fixer. I’m partial to vintage, I love hand-painted 1920s Spanish tiles and fanciful woodwork — can’t get enough of it. Priced at $595k, this 1928 Spanish Revival in Glendale is currently the best fixer on the market.
Located in the Rossmoyne neighborhood, it’s Glendale’s answer to Beverly Hills. The closer to Mountain, the better. While slightly removed, the home still supports values of over a million. Even conservative Zillow puts the home between 850k-1.2 million.
Features include original wood floors, vaulted ceilings, latched wood windows, wrought-iron embellishments, built-ins, 3 fireplaces (!) and intricate tile work all on a corner lot. So what’s to fix? Who knows! But, with this long list of priceless goodies, you’ve got to be over halfway there. For more info or to view, let me know.
844 E. Dryden St., Los Angeles, 91207
4 bedrooms/3 baths
3110 sq. ft., 7190 sq. ft. lot
1928 Spanish Revival
Rossmoyne District, Original Details Intact