Debuting today is a 1924 California Bungalow in the Elysian Valley. Located in Frogtown, its been completely redone with new systems, floors, kitchen, bath and landscaping. Priced at $359k, it’s hard not to notice.
Next to the L.A. River, it was nicknamed “Frogtown” in the 1930s after a toad explosion (not frogs) invaded the neighborhood, covered the streets and lawns. It happened again in the ’60s and ’70s before getting flood controlled.
While this neighborhood resembles an abandoned industrial town at times, if you believe the hype, its the hot new place to be with a lush natural landscape and booming art scene. Sitting directly south of Atwater Village and closer to Silver Lake than any other neighborhood at a fraction of the cost, I’d concur. For more information or to schedule a viewing, let me know.
2716 Knox Ave., Los Angeles, 90039
3 bedrooms/1 bath
1072 sq. ft., 5000 sq. ft. lot
1924 California Bungalow
Complete Redo in Frogtown