Los Angeles | $2.695 Million
A 1912 Craftsman home with three bedrooms, two and a half bogs and a one-bedroom, one-bathroom guesthouse, on a 0.2-acre lot
This home is just a few blocks south of Beverly Boulevard, inside strolling distance of Larchmont Village and a stretch of Western Avenue with a few of the metropolis’s hottest Korean eating places. It’s a 10-minute stroll from a playground and a pavilion with picnic tables at Robert Burns Park, and fewer than a mile from a public elementary college. The Paramount Studios advanced is 5 minutes away by automotive.
Hollywood is about 10 minutes away. Driving to downtown or the College of Southern California campus takes about quarter-hour.
Dimension: 2,802 sq. toes
Value per sq. foot: $962
Indoors: Brick steps lead up from the road to a large entrance porch flanked by brick columns.
The entrance door opens right into a vibrant front room with authentic hardwood flooring, street-facing home windows and an ornamental fire surrounded by shiny inexperienced tile. The adjoining eating room has a wall of built-in storage beneath diamond-paned home windows.
This area connects to a kitchen with extra diamond-paned home windows, white cabinetry, chrome steel home equipment, a breakfast bar that seats three and glass doorways that open to a deck. A laundry room, a powder room and a sunny household room with deck entry are off the kitchen.
Stairs on the middle of the home result in all three bedrooms on the second ground. The first suite has authentic hardwood flooring and millwork within the bed room; the up to date toilet has a glass-enclosed bathe space, completed in black tile, with a soaking tub and backyard-facing home windows. The opposite two bedrooms, which even have authentic hardwood flooring, are every large enough to carry a queen-size mattress. They share a rest room off the stair touchdown with a mixed tub and bathe.
The guesthouse, throughout the yard, has a bed room, a full toilet and a lofted sitting space overlooking the lounge.
Outside area: The deck off the kitchen and household room steps all the way down to the yard, which is landscaped with mature bushes and grass. There may be room to park one automotive within the driveway.
Taxes: $33,684 (estimated, however the house is eligible for diminished property taxes beneath the Mills Act)
Contact: Jeff Kohl and Josh Myler, The Company, 310-625-9035 or 323-333-0301; theagencyre.com
San Francisco | $2.7 Million
A four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom condominium in a 1914 Beaux-Arts constructing
This 15-unit constructing is in Nob Hill, subsequent to the College Membership of San Francisco and throughout the road from the Fairmont lodge. (The house’s major suite has a view of the palm bushes within the lodge’s courtyard.) It’s a five-minute stroll from Grace Cathedral and from the ornate stone fountain in Huntington Park. Chinatown can also be inside strolling distance.
Waterfront sights like San Francisco Nationwide Maritime Historic Park and the San Francisco Ferry Constructing are simply accessible by cable automotive. Driving to San Francisco Worldwide Airport or to Marin County, throughout the Golden Gate Bridge, takes about half an hour.
Dimension: 3,083 sq. toes
Value per sq. foot: $876
Indoors: This house’s entrance door opens right into a hallway, with the bed room wing to the left and the residing areas to the fitting.
The lounge has authentic woodwork, hardwood flooring, a wood-burning fire and French doorways that open to a Juliet balcony with a skyline view. Off this area are a powder room and a sunroom with tall home windows overlooking town.
The hardwood flooring proceed right into a eating room with a candle-style chandelier and sconces, in addition to French doorways that open to the sunroom. By a large doorway is a kitchen with white cabinetry, Carrara marble counters, a green-tile backsplash, Fisher & Paykel double ovens and a Wolf cooktop. A closet and a spacious pantry are off the kitchen.
The first suite, on the opposite aspect of the house, has a bed room large enough to carry a king-size mattress, a separate sitting space, two walk-in closets and a rest room with a soaking tub and bathe. Two extra bedrooms close by are linked by a shared toilet.
The fourth bed room is off the principle corridor, with its personal toilet that has a stone-tile ground and a claw-foot tub.
Outside area: Along with the Juliet balcony off the lounge, this house comes with two parking spots and extra storage in a safe storage. The constructing has an attended foyer with marble flooring and authentic wooden paneling.
Taxes: $33,756 (estimated) and a $2,457 month-to-month house owner affiliation charge
Contact: Nina Hatvany, Compass, 415-345-3022; teamhatvany.com
Napa | $2.65 Million
An 1852 Victorian with three bedrooms, two and a half bogs and a cabana with a full toilet, on a 0.2-acre lot
This home is within the Napa Abajo-Fuller Park Historic District, half a block from Fuller Park, a well-liked gathering spot, and throughout the road from a used bookstore. It’s a couple of five-minute stroll from a bakery and low store, and 10 minutes from eating places and wine-tasting rooms overlooking the river in downtown Napa.
Santa Rosa is about an hour away. Driving to San Francisco or Sacramento takes a bit greater than an hour. Healdsburg, on the Russian River, is about an hour and a half away.
Dimension: 3,148 sq. toes
Value per sq. foot: $842
Indoors: Hedges enclose the gravel entrance yard, and a path leads up a brief flight of steps to the entrance door, framed by a white-painted coated porch. Inside is a lobby with authentic hardwood flooring and a grand staircase.
To the left is a front room with massive home windows, a fire with a minimalist stone encompass flanked by built-in bookshelves, and entry to a powder room. The lounge connects to a big dining-and-family room with authentic woodwork, excessive ceilings and a built-in bar topped by a mirror.
Behind this room is an up to date kitchen with a pantry, chrome steel home equipment, a farmhouse-style sink, area for a breakfast desk and French doorways that open onto a deck. An ethereal house workplace can also be on this a part of the home.
All three bedrooms are on the second ground, off a protracted hallway. The first bed room, on the prime of the steps, has a big closet and an en suite toilet with a mix tub and bathe framed in marble and brightened by a window. The opposite two bedrooms share a rest room with a claw-foot tub.
Outside area: The deck outdoors the kitchen steps all the way down to a gravel space shaded by mature bushes, with ample area for a desk and a grill. Across the nook is an in-ground swimming pool with a cabana that has a full toilet. The indifferent storage holds two vehicles.
Taxes: $33,120 (estimated)
Contact: Mark Lesti and Christine Lesti, Windermere Napa Valley Properties, 707-320-8950; windermere.com
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