Beds: 4 | Baths: 2 | Size: Approx. 2,711 sqft | Lot: Approx. 5,868 sqft
The Sage-Turnbull Residence, 1907. In Echo Park’s historic Angelino Heights neighborhood, this rare mission revival style home stands out amongst its notable neighbors with its unaltered exterior and timeless design. The striking curb appeal from the gorgeous native low-water landscaping, three-story tower on the southeast corner, recessed front porch and hipped tiled roof put this home in a special category which helped the owners earn its current Mills Act status. The interior has been meticulously restored with great care taken to preserve the classic design elements such as the coffered ceilings and wainscoting, Bachelder tile fireplace, and original hardwood floors. Refurbished yellow glass windows create a one-of-a-kind ambiance in the stairwell and living room. The first floor consists of a large living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. Upstairs are four bedrooms and one more bathroom with a top level finished attic providing additional usable space.
The backyard is just off the dining room with a newer wrap-around deck and garden area with stunning views of Echo Park lake, Downtown LA, the Griffith Park Observatory and Hollywood Sign. A detached garage offers additional work and storage space and potential ADU conversion. Gated off-street driveway parking. Located in the heart of Angelino Heights HPOZ amongst other historic homes and close to many of the best Echo Park and Silver Lake shops, restaurants, parks and much more.
Listing courtesy of Take Sunset Team, Compass