Glorious A-frame in Eagle Rock seeks $699K

By Bianca Barragan

Situated in the hills of Eagle Rock, not too far north of York Boulevard in Highland Park, this A-frame house gets an A-plus in cool.

Bold double doors open onto a landing that shows off the stellar views afforded from the opposite wall’s floor-to-pointed-ceiling windows.

The main communal space—the living room—features beamed wood ceilings. The area opens via sliding glass doors onto a “semi-sheltered” deck, and it flows into the minty kitchen, with its L-shape, has plenty of counter space and light.

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The master bedroom and second bedroom (a potential office space) sit alongside the entry landing; there’s a third bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and balcony. There are three bathrooms throughout the dwelling.

The residence also has a bonus room (possibly a workshop) on the lowest level. That space is accessible via an exterior stairway.

It is listed for $699,000.

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