Home of the Week: Spanish Colonial Revival in Atwater Village is a Depression-era throwback

Home of the Week: Spanish Colonial Revival in Atwater Village is a Depression-era throwback
A Juliet balcony and a red front door provide color to the front of the two-story house. Inside are period stenciled beams, original floors and vintage tile work. (Christine Bullard)

Found in the heart of Atwater Village, this Spanish Colonial Revival retains the classic details that underscore its 1930s craftsmanship and character. Stenciled beams, arched built-ins and original floors, as well as a step-down living room, are among details of note. The pink and black tile work in the master bathroom is vintage.

The details


Location: 3048 Sunnynook Drive, Los Angeles, 90039

Asking price: $1.299 million

Year built: 1930

House size: 1,907 square feet, three bedrooms, two bathrooms

Lot size: 5,195 square feet

Features: Gated entry; clay-tiled roof; arched front door; period light fixtures; exposed and stenciled beams; hardwood and Saltillo tile floors; entry with rope banister; living room with period fireplace; formal dining room; master bedroom with vintage bathroom and Juliet balcony; brick patios; lawn; spa

About the area: In the 90039 ZIP Code, based on 20 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in December was $956,000, according to CoreLogic. That was a 6.7% decrease in median price year over year.

Agents: Alyssa Valentine and Courtney Smith, (626) 205-4040, Compass

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