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Airy bungalow with a treehouse vibe asking $650K in Glassell Park

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Nature is calling!

A beige house with clapboard siding is partially concealed behind an array of mature trees, palms, and other tropical plants.
The home is situated well above the street.
Photos by Brian Reitz, courtesy of Brittany Walter

Freshly added to the market in Northeast Los Angeles is this sunny bungalow a few blocks south of the Glassell Park Recreation Center. Built in 1922, it was the longtime residence of Harrison Whitney, an architect on the team that designed the iconic LAX Theme Building.

Within its 800 square feet, the updated hillside home contains an open plan living room, dining room, and kitchen space, plus two bedrooms, one bathroom, and an office. Features include hardwood floors, built-in storage, and walls of glass that slide open to a spacious dining patio offering lovely treetop, canyon, and city lights views.

Sited well above the street on a 7,546-square-foot lot with lemon and lime trees, banana plants, and other assorted vegetation, 3540 The Paseo is listed with Brittany Walter of Keller Williams at an asking price of $649,999. Open house is scheduled for 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Sliding glass walls leading to the patio make the living space feel more expansive.
The kitchen has been updated with new appliances and custom cabinetry.
One of the bungalow’s two bedrooms.
The bathroom has also been recently updated.
Hardwood floors are found throughout.
The dining patio offers dramatic treetop and mountain views.