Echo Park isn’t necessarily the wild Eastside frontier it was just a decade back but, at 2339 Vestal, that’s not to say you can’t pretend.
Break out your rocker, grab your rifle, and you’ll be stoopin’ like a prospector in no time. Old West jokes aside, thankfully the cabin-esque look of the porch ends outside, as inside you’re treated to a beautiful traditionally designed turn-of-the-century bungalow.
There is a surprising amount of house for the $729,000 asking price. In addition to having 3 bedrooms, 1.75 bathrooms and an office coming to 1,275 square feet, there is also that rarity of west coast homes — a basement.
Design details include dark hardwood flooring throughout, along with rich wood details like the framing around the windows in the office.
The spacious kitchen has been updated with enough counter space to skin a rabbit. Oh, yes, it also includes new stainless steel appliances and a service bar, which would most likely serve said rabbit as a ravioli with brown butter.
The bedrooms are each comfortably sized and comparable in square feet of each other. The en suite master is located upfront, and thankfully has the bathrooms as a buffer to the guest rooms, which strangely have a connecting door like neighboring hotel rooms.
The master has a full bath while the second bathroom is just a shower, though both do a nice job of blending some simple Scandinavian design with this perfectly aged bungalow.
Head out back and you’re greeted by the right mix of mature flora and the open vista views one would expect from a hilltop perch. And–oh yes–lots of wood, cowboy.
For a private showing, please contact Jovelle Schaffer at email@example.com or call (213) 718-1110.
Courtney N. Smith of Nourmand & Associates has the listing.