Cozy 1920s cottage in Atwater Village seeks $892K

By Elijah Chiland

Located just a few blocks from the Los Angeles River, this charming little Atwater Village cottage has been around since 1923 and packs plenty of charm into its 1,252 square feet of living space.

Featuring hardwood floors throughout, the home has wide windows and sliding glass doors that give it a light and airy appearance. The family room is arranged around a white brick fireplace surrounded by wood-paneled walls. It flows into a formal dining area and a kitchen equipped with a breakfast bar.

The home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with a cozy living room alongside the front entrance. Behind the house is a detached garage currently set up as an additional living space.

Sitting on a 6,761-square-foot lot, the house is shaded by tall trees in the front yard. The large backyard has ample patio space and room for a garden. The house is located at 3411 Madera Avenue and is asking $892,000.

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