Quaint cabin on a Silver Lake walk street asking $639K

By Pauline O’Connor

In his guidebook Secret Stairs, author Charles Fleming notes that Silver Lake’s Loma Vista stairway “might be the most delightful in the city.” And that’s where you’ll find this charming one-bedroom cabin, now up for grabs for the first time in a decade.

Built in 1915, the shingled cottage was one of three on the block designed by prolific local architect R. C. Ferguson.

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