8th Tuesday May 2012

1927 Spanish: 847 San Pascual Ave., Los Angeles, 90042

Purchased Dec. 2011 for $225k, this 1927 Spanish in Highland Park has been reborn for $439k with most of it’s vintage charm intact. Frankly, it doesn’t even look like the same house. Kudos to the developers for not doing a cheapy flip and bigger props for not getting too greedy with the resale price. To view this home or for more information, let me know.

847 San Pascual Ave., Los Angeles, 90042
2 bedrooms/1 bath
1020 sq. ft., 5210 sq. ft. lot
1927 Spanish
Redone With Vintage Details Intact, SoPas Adjacent

Living room with arched windows and original hardwood

Kitchen with butcher block counter

Bedroom with vaulted ceiling and patio with pergola

Flat, grassy yard. Listing courtesy of Jeffrey Kuzma – Providencia Properties

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  1. Catherine Cate said:

    June 16, 2014 at 7:54 am

    We are doing a minor remodel on a 1927 Spanish revival and I was looking for counter tops that appealed to me. Stone seemed too cold. Didn’t want to deal with the grout in tile. This is perfect. Warm, clean, simple. And when I saw it, I did not even know it was a Spanish revival house; I just loved the counter tops. Now, where can I get them?

    • Vanessa said:

      June 16, 2014 at 8:11 am

      Hi! There are a few places you can get butcher block counters. One of the most cost effective routes is IKEA–it’s sold by the foot.

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