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Home of the Day: The Kuns House in La Verne

Home of the Day: The Kuns House in La Verne
Built for Henry L. Kuns in 1911, the restored residence combines Edwardian Tudor design with hints of Craftsman style. (Spectra Company)

This historic residence known as the Kuns House sits among mature oaks on a quiet corner lot in La Verne. Built and owned by Henry L. Kuns, a founding father of the University of La Verne, the home, restored by Ray Adamyk, mixes Edwardian Tudor design with hints of Craftsman bungalow style. A steeply pitched roof and overhanging beamed eaves define the exterior while a handsome black walnut mantle and stained glass French doors count among the interior features.

Location: 2449 Magnolia Avenue

Asking price: $1.6 million

Year built: 1911

Architect: Henry L. Kuns, Brian R. Bloom

House size: 4,700 square feet, five bedrooms, 2.75 bathrooms

Lot size: 0.33 acres

Features: Coffered ceilings, French doors, stained glass, chef’s kitchen, breakfast nook, courtyard foyer, dining room, living room with a fireplace, basement/game room, patio courtyard, two-car garage

About the area: There are currently 76 homes for sale in the 91750 ZIP Code at an average price of $328 per square foot, according to realtor.com®. The average sale price in that area is $560,297.

Agents: Don Kendrick, 909-593-9393, Don Kendrick Real estate and Patrick Downtain, 909-240-0308, Sotheby’s International Realty

To submit a candidate for Home of the Day, send high-resolution color photos via Dropbox.com, permission from the photographer to publish the images and a description of the house to neal.leitereg@latimes.com.
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