This Spanish-style residence in Silver Lake was built in 1926 and has been updated into three cozy, light-filled apartments. The 1,654-square-foot house is divided into two studios and a one-bedroom, and per the listing, the one-bedroom is renter-occupied, while both studios will be sold vacant (the listing also notes that “good things come in threes”).
The building features hardwood floors, as well as recently updated bathrooms, and access to outdoor decks and patios from all three units. Situated on a small lot east of the reservoir, the property offers excellent views across the hills from its outdoor spaces.
The home is fronted by a verdant, but seemingly drought-tolerant, lawn and an elegant stone pathway leading to the front door. There’s also a pergola-shaded front porch area that leads into the front unit’s kitchen.
It’s hard to tell when the home was divided into apartments, but as the listing notes, it’s certainly pleasant enough to attract investors and owner-occupants alike.
Last sold in 2003 for $250,002, it’s now asking $949,000.
- 1905 Apex Avenue [Jessie Thurston | Sotheby’s International Realty]