24th Wednesday Oct 2012

1926 English Cottage: 4465 Mont Eagle Pl., Los Angeles 90041

Debuting today is a character-oozing 1926 English Cottage in Eagle Rock. Perched high on a winding street, it maintains a ton of original pizzazz, even though it’s a much-bemoaned flip. Unrecognizable at $489k, it sold in July 2012 for $312k.

Features include restored latched windows, wrought iron light fixtures, a dramatic living room with floor-to-ceiling fireplace, view deck, full basement and a patio with grassy terraces. While I’m not a fan of the kitchen and the veiny marbled bath (why!? to both), those niches, lathe and plaster walls, wood trimmed windows and flickering sconces sure are enticing. For more info or to see in person, let me know.

4465 Mont Eagle Pl., Los Angeles, 90041
2 bedrooms/1 bath
1001 sq. ft., 4308 sq. ft. lot
1926 English Cottage
Complete Redo, Barrel Ceilings, Original Floors


Living room with wood floors and original wood windows

Wrought iron wall sconces

Dining room with wall of original latched windows


Bedroom with coved ceilings


Patio with grassy terraces and views

Deck with views. Courtesy of Patrick Cochran – Coldwell Banker

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  1. N. said:

    November 10, 2012 at 7:56 am

    Hi Vanessa… Nice post! I’m curious though… what do you mean by the flip being “much-bemoaned”?

    • Vanessa said:

      November 10, 2012 at 10:02 am

      Hi! What I mean by that is that some people totally hate flipped homes. While some flips are crappy (cheaply done), some are actually quite good–like this one. Thanks for reading!

      • N. said:

        November 10, 2012 at 10:42 am

        Ah, I see. Thanks for the reply!

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