Home of the Week

1930s Spanish Colonial Revival grandeur in Glendale

Lauren Beale
Hot Property

Original features and restored interiors retain the gilded grandeur of this 1930s Spanish Colonial Revival-style house in northwest Glendale. Stenciled and hand-painted ceiling beams, ornate fireplace screens and elaborate ironwork are among the details.

Location: 1661 Valley View Road, Glendale 91202

Asking price: $2.449 million

Year built: 1936

Architect: William Barber

House size: Four bedrooms, five bathrooms, 4,662 square feet

Lot size: 25,835 square feet

Features: Step-down living room with fireplace, dining and family rooms, peg-and-groove hardwood floors, den/office, circular staircase, window seats, coffered ceilings, colorful hand-crafted tile, stained and leaded-glass windows, interior archways, outdoor spa, terraces, patios, mountain views, historical marker, mature trees, lawn

About the area: Last year, 102 single-family homes sold in the 91202 ZIP Code at a median price of $740,000, according to CoreLogic. That was a 13% price increase from 2013.

Agent: Thomas Atamian, Dilbeck Real Estate, (818) 235-6325

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