It’s pretty tame from the outside – maybe even lame – but this little bungalow’s heart-beat red door hints of something else going on inside.
Located on the eastside of Los Angeles, this 1939 bungalow has many original features that mesh well with the fresh décor.
The cottage only measures in at a mere 830 square feet, but it packs quite a punch when it comes to style.
Underneath the cow, you have original hardwood floors. Also note the corner fireplace and coved ceilings that were so popular in that era.
The dining room is rather impactful with dark chalk-board paint…
…and a hot mama to bring your pie!
The kitchen is simple but not without a dash of spice:
The home has only 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom but it also boasts a sound proof studio.
This cutie was up for sale last summer but it sold quickly, as things in LA often do. In fact, it sold for $55k OVER asking price so it must have been a hot, hot market.
I wish we could have a little bit of that California sunshine in my local real estate market!
HAVE A GOOD WEEKEND FRIENDS!