Asking price: $7.35 million
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Vintage SoCal | An artistic reuse in Lincoln Heights

Asking price: $7.35 million

The 1922 Edison Electric substation today is a live-work residence. The multilevel structure includes a ground-floor art studio, a second floor that is laid out for entertaining, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. On the highest level, space for a gym sits under a metal ceiling.

 (Nathanael Williams)
Asking price: $7.35 million

The 1922 Edison Electric substation today is a live-work residence. The multilevel structure includes a ground-floor art studio, a second floor that is laid out for entertaining, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. On the highest level, space for a gym sits under a metal ceiling.

 (Nathanael Williams)
Asking price: $7.35 million

The 1922 Edison Electric substation today is a live-work residence. The multilevel structure includes a ground-floor art studio, a second floor that is laid out for entertaining, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. On the highest level, space for a gym sits under a metal ceiling.

 (Nathanael Williams)
Asking price: $7.35 million

The 1922 Edison Electric substation today is a live-work residence. The multilevel structure includes a ground-floor art studio, a second floor that is laid out for entertaining, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. On the highest level, space for a gym sits under a metal ceiling.

 (Nathanael Williams)
Asking price: $7.35 million

The 1922 Edison Electric substation today is a live-work residence. The multilevel structure includes a ground-floor art studio, a second floor that is laid out for entertaining, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. On the highest level, space for a gym sits under a metal ceiling.

 (Nathanael Williams)
Asking price: $7.35 million

The 1922 Edison Electric substation today is a live-work residence. The multilevel structure includes a ground-floor art studio, a second floor that is laid out for entertaining, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. On the highest level, space for a gym sits under a metal ceiling.

 (Nathanael Williams)
Asking price: $7.35 million

The 1922 Edison Electric substation today is a live-work residence. The multilevel structure includes a ground-floor art studio, a second floor that is laid out for entertaining, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. On the highest level, space for a gym sits under a metal ceiling.

 (Nathanael Williams)
Asking price: $7.35 million

The 1922 Edison Electric substation today is a live-work residence. The multilevel structure includes a ground-floor art studio, a second floor that is laid out for entertaining, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. On the highest level, space for a gym sits under a metal ceiling.

 (Nathanael Williams)
Asking price: $7.35 million

The 1922 Edison Electric substation today is a live-work residence. The multilevel structure includes a ground-floor art studio, a second floor that is laid out for entertaining, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. On the highest level, space for a gym sits under a metal ceiling.

 (Nathanael Williams)
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