Adorable 1930s ranch house in Tujunga seeks $798K

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This Tujunga house sits at the feet of the Angeles National Forest, and it looks like a pristine house in the woods.

Beyond its wide porch, it holds a master bedroom with its original Art Deco bathroom and two additional bedrooms, each one sunny and ample. Dating to the 1930s, the sweet home features vintage interiors, including sunny kitchen tile and an “enormous pine-clad family room with wet bar.”

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