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.