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Skateboarder Anthony Van Engelen hopes to land a buyer in Hancock Park

Skateboarder Anthony Van Engelen hopes to land a buyer in Hancock Park
Pro skateboarder Anthony Van Engelen has hung a $2.1 million price tag on his Craftsman-style estate in Hancock Park. (Realtor.com)

Pro skateboarder Anthony Van Engelen is ready to part with his Hancock Park digs. The two-story estate is on the market for $2.1 million, according to the Multiple Listing Service.

With a gabled roof on the outside and heaps of exposed wood on the inside, the home flaunts a Craftsman vibe. A foyer under wood ceilings kicks things off before leading to the living room, where a wall-to-wall stone fireplace captures attention.

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Beamed ceilings hang over the kitchen and office. Elsewhere in the floor plan, there’s a chandelier-topped dining room, three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. The master bathroom features a checkered floor and a wall of stone.

A second-story balcony faces the front, and out back, a patio sits before a grassy yard.

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Arvin Haddadzadeh and Aaron Kirman of Pacific Union International hold the listing.

Van Engelen, 39, went professional in 1999 and picked up a sponsorship from Vans six years later. In 2015, Thrasher Magazine named him Skater of the Year.

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