My Home As Art :: Two Spanish Revival on Shared Lot

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A rare two-on-a-lot legal duplex at the corner of an R1-zoned block. Two lovely Spanish Revival homes just north of Hancock Park in highly desirable SoHo. One home faces Waring, and the other faces McCadden. The entrances to each are completely separate, with a 2-car garage on the Waring side. Each home offers two bedrooms, one bath, inviting private patio hideaways, barrel ceilings and decorative fireplaces in the living rooms, along with charming period details, light fixtures and built-ins. The Waring home offers wood flooring in living room, dining room and bedrooms, as well as a bonus office and second bathroom. Perfect for the investor, home owner/investor or buyer looking for a potential Family Compound. Close to fine dining a la Osteria Mozza and Providence, Larchmont Village and all that Hollywood has to offer. Please come to 6612 Waring Avenue for open house or appointment to tour. Do not disturb the tenant at 758 N McCadden Place.
For Sale $1,695,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2383 Sqft
  • 7302 Lot

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