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Eagle Rock Spanish-style with guest house asking $899K

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The backyard is a scene-stealer

A photo of a living room with wood floors, coved ceilings, and a set of chairs and sofa.
The house features coved ceilings and wood floors.
Photos by Hillary Campbell, courtesy of Aleff Luz and Anthony Paradise/Sotheby’s International Realty

Located in the part of Eagle Rock nestled around Occidental College, this 1920s-era Spanish-style bungalow comes with a handful of serene outdoor spaces—and the house is pretty nice too.

The two-bedroom main house features coved ceilings, a spacious dine-in kitchen, and a remodeled bathroom. Recessed lighting and wood floors run throughout the house, and a screened patio off the kitchen provides extra space to spread out and relax.

Additionally, the residence comes with a one-bedroom guesthouse with an additional full bathroom, a kitchen, and a little seating area under a covered patio.

The back yard is landscaped with drought tolerant plants and gravel. With the firepit, the space could be a dead ringer for a secluded glamping site.

Listed with Aleff Luz and Anthony Paradise with Sotheby’s International Realty, 1556 Hazelwood is seeking $899,000.

A room with walls of windows with a blue rug on the floor and chairs.
The patio has views of the drought-tolerant landscaping in the backyard.
A covered patio with chairs set up underneath it.
The back house’s patio.
A room with a sofa and a bed and desk.
Inside the guesthouse, which features a skylight and a kitchen.
A photo of an outdoor area with dirt and gravel, a fire pit, and lights strung between the trees.
The backyard has a glamping vibe.
A one-story house with red roof tiles and low-water plants planted in front of the house.
The house’s front yard is also landscaped with plants that don’t require much water.