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Vintage Open House Guide

Vintage houses are hard to find these days. With society changing, so are the houses. However these houses below have not changed dramatically. They are all built in 1950s or before. These houses also all have great yards!

Number one on the list is 208 N. Everett Street. Built in 1913,- this house is in a great location. It is just a short distance from Whole Foods and coffee shops. An outside porch is great for entertainment as well as a backyard for more space.  There are many updates to the house, which consists of new windows and a new renovated kitchen.One of the unique characters about this house is that the built-ins have not changed. These built ins are very old and cannot be found anywhere else.

 

Built in 1924 this house on 1944 Montecito Drive is another great vintage -house. This two story house has been restored to perfection with taste and eye toward vintage detail. The remodeled kitchen opens to the family room, and is great for entertainment. The backyard is made for entertaining and summer fun and includes a pool which is great for cooling off.  Abundant trees around the area keep your home cool during the hot summer months.

 

The newest out of the three houses, this house located on -2843 Sycamore Avenue was built in 1950. This colorful home has a mass of windows which allows natural light to enter the house. A dining room connected to kitchen is perfect for eating. Outside the views on this house are fantastic. Along with the parklike setting there are multiple things to entertain yourself. If you are a person who likes to grow, there are citrus trees and a lawn to take care of.

 

Glendale, La Crescenta, La Canada, and Montrose Open House Guide

Here is a list of houses open this week.

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