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Statement-making 1930s Spanish Colonial in Glendale asking $1.2M

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Its interior is a real visual feast

The home is located in Glenoaks Canyon.
Photos by Kevin Edge, courtesy of Brad Lawrence/Sotheby’s International Realty

With its red tile roof and arched picture window, this Glendale residence looks from the street to be a fairly typical 1930s California Spanish. But past the front door at 724 Luton Drive, things are anything but typical.

Measuring 1,862 square feet across two stories, the home’s interiors are a melting pot of Spanish, Asian, and Victorian influences. There are four bedrooms and four baths, including, per the listing description, the “Roses Are Red” master suite with an “under the sea” bathroom adorned with mermaid and starfish tiling, and the “opium den-inspired” guest suite.

Other notable features include hardwood floors, French windows, hand-stenciled ceilings and walls, custom Victorian lighting, vintage accent tiles, and a vivid green antique stove.

The adjoining parcel is also included in the sale, bringing the total lot size to 11,319 square feet. Exterior features include a pagoda, waterfall, koi pond, arched bridge, a spa, and multiple decks and patios.

The singular property is listed with Brad Lawrence of Sotheby’s at an asking price of $1.195 million. Open house is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday.

The living room ceiling beams are accented with hand-painted stencils.
The kitchen sports a bright green antique stove and vintage sink.
One of the four elaborate bathrooms.
The “Roses are Red” bedroom.
The “saloon speakeasy”
There are multiple dining patios.
The backyard features a koi pond, pagoda, and arched bridge.