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Updated 1920s Highland Park bungalow lists for $679K

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Two bedrooms and a plentiful yard

The dwelling is walking distance to Figueroa.
Photos by Sherri Johnson, courtesy of Tatiana Tensen/Sotheby’s International Realty

If a neighborhood profile in the New York Times’s real estate section weren’t evidence enough of just how much home prices in Highland Park have grown, how about this cute bungalow?

After selling in 2014 for $499,000, 915 Palm View is back on the market with an asking price of $679,000. Redfin has tagged it as a “hot home,” and you’ll no find no surprised reactions here if it sells for more.

The two-bedroom, one-bathroom measures a compact 700 square feet, but sits on a hilly 5,356-square-foot lot with room for outdoor dining among olive and citrus trees, lavender, jasmine, and a mature oak.

The interiors are flooded with natural light and feature a contemporary kitchen and bathroom and wide-plank wood floors. The dwelling was constructed in 1924 and is 1.3 miles to the Gold Line station and library and even closer to bars and restaurants on Figueroa.

Windows throughout offer pretty treetop views.
The living areas are open and include space for a dining table.
The lot measures 5,356 square feet.
There are several spaces for alfresco dining.