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For $1.5M, three-bedroom Atwater Village house has pool, finished attic

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Lots of bonus spaces

A small foyer, living room, dining area, and kitchen flow together in an open floor plan tied together via a couple of arched entryways. The kitchen has a geometric-shaped ceilings with exposed beams. All walls are painted white.
The shape of the living room’s picture window echoes the gambrel roofline.
Photos by Christine Bullard, courtesy of Courtney and Kurt Real Estate Team

Fetching features new and old fuse flawlessly in this Atwater Village home. The old: gambrel shaped ceilings with exposed beams, arched entryways, and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace with brick detailing. The new: A kitchen beset with jade-colored cabinets, an island, and iridescent tile backsplash.

But the home’s chief advantage is that it offer lots of bonuses spaces, including a finished attic, finished garage, and a basement.

Spanning 1,736 square feet, the dwelling holds three bedrooms and one and three quarter baths. The living spaces flow nicely together, connected via a couple of arched entryways. Off the home’s backside, two sliding doors open to a grassy lawn, covered patio, pool, and a finished, detached garage.

At 3351 Garden Avenue, the 6,750-square-foot property is listed with Alyssa Valentine and Courtney Smith of Compass at an asking price of $1.49 million.

In the living room, a detail shot of the fireplace flanked by a pair of windows. The furnishes are all gray and modern in style.
The fireplace is trimmed in brick; a little built-in nook is a cute substitute for a mantel.
The galley kitchen boasts lots of cabinets, a large window over an apron sink, and a couple of floating shelves.
The finished attic.
Bathroom with long built-in vanity with gray marble and gray tile backsplash on one side and a built-in tub on the right. The floors are black and white penny tiles.
The master suite features a fairly spacious bathroom and custom walk-in closet.
The finished garage.
The home was built in 1936.