June 3, 2017
During the Jazz Age, it is said that Josephine Baker, Count Basie, and other luminaries in the Arts movement were regular guests of the original owners of this incredible Craftsman Fixer. We're going to some of that fun into this ol' beauty on Sunday, 2:00 to 5:00 PM. Come and bring a friend to our Open House.
Built in Hollywood in 1910 and moved to its present location in 1920, this 5bed/1.75ba home in the Westlake/Historic Filipinotown District retains many original features including coffered ceilings, pocket doors, stairwell ball finial, wood floor and beautiful leaded glass built-ins in the formal dining room and library. A large basement bonus room perfect for art or music studio offers plenty of additional storage. Additional unfinished space in attic area where another 1000+ square feet could be transformed into a multi-purpose loft space. While some systems have been updated, the home vamps patiently while awaiting the full re-imaginings of its next visionary owner, who not only grasps the value of this incredibly potent location, but respects the natural season that a timeless beauty that is this home commands.
Minutes to Downtown/The Music Center, Echo Park Lake & Boathouse, Silver Lake and the Wilshire Corridor. Still not sure where you are? Just say Crawford’s Fried Chicken & Beer, Taix French Restaurant, Bar 1642, Bootleg Theatre, and the recently announced second location of Vaca Burger on Beverly. Welcome to 202 N. Westlake!
Come and bring a friend to enjoy seeing this classic
Echo Park / Historic Filipinotown Jazz Age Craftsman
202 North Westlake Avenue
Sunday, June 4, 2:00 to 5:00 PM
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