Home of the Week: Spanish Colonial Revival in Atwater Village is a Depression-era throwback

Found in the heart of Atwater Village, this Spanish Colonial Revival retains the classic details that underscore its 1930s craftsmanship and character. Stenciled beams, arched built-ins and original floors, as well as a step-down living room, are among details of note. The pink and black tile work in the master bathroom is vintage.

The details

Rental: 3048 Sunnynook Drive, Los Angeles, 90039

Asking price: $1.299 million

Year built: 1930

Housesize: 1,907 square feet, three bedrooms, two bathrooms

Batch size: 5,195 square feet

Features: gated entry; clay-tiled roof; arched front door; period light fixtures; exposed and stenciled beams; hardwood and Saltillo tile floors; entry with rope banister; living room with period fireplace; formal dining room; master bedroom with vintage bathroom and Juliet balcony; brick patios; lawn; spa

About the area: In the 90039 ZIP Code, based on 20 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in December was $956,000, according to CoreLogic. That was a 6.7% decrease in median price year over year.

Officers: Alyssa Valentine and Courtney Smith, (626) 205-4040, Compass

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