Home of the Day: 1920s Dutch Colonial Revival in Lafayette Square

Home of the Day: a preserved Dutch Colonial Revival-style home dating back to 1920

An eye-catching gambrel roof with flared eaves is among the defining features of this 1920s Dutch Colonial Revival-style residence in Lafayette Square. Delicate molding, mortise locksets and a brick fireplace are in keeping with the vintage of the Mongtomery & Nibecker-designed home. Among updates, a chef’s kitchen features Carrara marble countertops and a herringbone backsplash.

Location: 1818 Wellington Rd, Los Angeles, 90019

Price: $1.349 million

Year built: 1920

Architect: Montgomery & Nibecker

House size: 3,054 square feet, five bedrooms, 2.75 bathrooms

Lot size: 8,945 square feet

Features: Gabrel roof, double-hung windows, original hardwood, crown molding, hardwood flooring, formal living room with brick fireplace, dining room, chef’s kitchen, updated bathrooms, finished attic, patio, pool, landscaped grounds

About the area: The median sale price in the 90019 ZIP Code in December was $700,000 based on 13 single-family home sales, according to DataQuick. That was less than a 1% change in median price year-over-year.

Agents: Michele Sanchez, (323) 863-3998, and Lindsay Ratkovich, (323) 383-6285, deasy/penner&partners

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