Stunning L.A. Homes You Won’t Believe Are Under $1 Million

blog_press_07_08_15 By Erin Fitzpatrick

Built in 1922, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom home is the perfect combination of traditional and modern. It’s retained many of the original features that make the Spanish-style abode unique (including the hardwood floors), but updated features like a new A/C system and additional storage bring it into the 21st century.

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