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Home of the Day: A tiny retreat in Eagle Rock

Home of the Day: A tiny retreat in Eagle Rock invites year-round staycations
Home of the Day: An Eagle Rock cottage made for glamping

Living small doesn’t necessarily mean living with less. Case in point being this charming cottage in Eagle Rock, which manages to turn a tiny lifestyle into a year-round staycation. A light-filled floor plan sports an eat-in kitchen, living room and two bedrooms, while a detached garage has been reimagined as a creative studio. A tent for glamorous camping and a hammock set among fruit trees and garden beds on an adjacent lot offer the ideal place to unwind.

Location: 1727 North Avenue 45, Los Angeles, 90041

Asking price: $579,000

Year built: 1922

House size: 700 square feet, two bedrooms, one bathroom

Lot size: 6,252 square feet

Features: Updated kitchen, eat-in breakfast area, living room, bathroom with Carrara vanity, creative studio, side yard, meditation tent, fruit trees, herbs, succulent garden

About the area: There were 49 homes sold in the 90041 ZIP Code over the last 90 days at a median sale price of $699,000, according to Redfin. The average median list price in that area is $675,000.

Agent: Courtney Poulos, 323-919-0375, ACME Real Estate

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