Chipper ’60S Ranch in Highland Park’s Arroyo View Estates Asking $1.16M

By Pauline O’Connor

This three-bedroom, two-bath ranch is located just off of Easy Street in Arroyo View Estates, the charming midcentury tract of about 200 homes on the eastern outskirts of Highland Park.

When it last appeared on the market in July 2017, the 1,750-square-foot residence was a real sore for sighted eyes, sporting an abundance of window-bars, popcorn ceilings, taupe carpets, and ecru walls. A year later, there’s been a transformation that would put a slew of ’90s teen movies to shame.

Per the listing, the home has been revamped with new bamboo floors, quartz countertops, windows and sliders, high-end appliances, designer tile, new and vintage lighting, a new roof, a tankless water heater, a new HVAC system, and new landscaping.

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