Home of the Week: In Eagle Rock, simple sophistication fueled by Scandinavian design
Don’t let the dark, subdued exterior fool you. This newly built home in Eagle Rock takes its cues from the Scandinavian design movement of the 1950s with its clean lines, high ceilings and cozy living spaces. Outside, a minimalist-vibe backyard with decking, planters and a sunken conversation/fire pit brings to mind a style used in Nordic gardens.
Location: 4845 Neola Place, Los Angeles, 90041
Asking price: $1.295 million
Year built: 1948 (complete tear-down/renovation in 2019)
Developer: Delve Group
Living area: 1,806 square feet, three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
Lot size: 4,821 square feet
Features: Vaulted ceilings, open-concept floor plan; custom cabinetry; oak wood floors; designer lighting; eat-in kitchen; patio; sunken fire pit
About the area: In the 90041 ZIP Code, based on 15 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in July was $990,000, a 5.2% increase compared with the same month last year, according to CoreLogic.
Agents: Robert Kallick and Laura Marchetti, Compass, (323) 775-6305
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