Tiny Eagle Rock Craftsman seeks $529K

By Elijah Chiland

This mini Craftsman in Eagle Rock was built in 1924 and includes two bedrooms and a a bathroom in its 546 square feet of living space.

Located steps from the Occidental College campus, the home sits on a 2,120-square-foot lot, with a small front garden, a detached garage, and an enclosed patio and garden area behind the house.

The house has been updated since it last sold in 2010 (for $230,000). Per the listing, newer features include an updated bathroom, fresh paint, and new electrical wiring and copper plumbing.

Other features include hardwood floors, multiple indoor-outdoor access points, a long driveway, and a welcoming little front porch.

Asking price is $529,000.

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