This Spanish-style home in West Hollywood’s Norma Triangle neighborhood offers plenty of personality, from its rounded tower to its arched windows and entryways to its fireplace and front porch—both adorned with a decorative sunbeam pattern.
Built in 1928, the four-bedroom home is now making its first appearance on the market in more than three decades, according to the listing. The residence retains period features like hardwood floors, a vintage black and blue tiled bathroom, and a rare wood and glass sliding door.
The 1,834-square-foot house sits on a 3,275-square-foot lot with a small backyard and patio, along with a detached garage that’s been converted into an office space. The home’s upper level opens to a large deck with plenty of room for outdoor seating and vegetation, as well as views around the neighborhood.
Other features include a formal dining room, a bit of built-in shelving, and an updated kitchen with wood countertops and newer appliances.
Asking price is $1.425 million.
- 9051 Dicks Street [Brian Ades | Sotheby’s International Realty]