Sweet Little 1950s Bungalow in Van Nuys Asking $474k

blog_press_08_26_15 By Bianca Barragan

This is a house right out of the Golden Age of Suburbia! Built in 1952, the 1,360-square-foot residence in Van Nuys has a lavender-filled front yard and space in the back too, while inside there’s a brick fireplace, wood floors (just refinished), and scallop-edged wood trim on the kitchen cabinets—all original to the three-bedroom, two-bathroom abode. The eat-in kitchen and “proper laundry room” add to the homey, old-school allure of the place. The almost-6,500-square-foot lot also holds a two-car detached garage. This classic pad is asking$474,000.

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