Historic Jefferson Park Craftsman Bungalow – 2082 West 29th Place

This beautifully restored Craftsman bungalow is located in the historic Jefferson Park neighborhood, near USC. The two bedroom home, built in 1905, is within the Historic Preservation Overlay Zone and is distinguished as a Mills Act property which offers significant property tax savings.

The spacious architectural gem is stunning from the street. The facade has been immaculately rehabilitated to bring the original woodwork and design elements into 2020.

The huge wraparound front porch offers an excellent outdoor space to sit and enjoy the quintessentially Southern California landscaped front yard.

Inside, find the arts and craftsman home of your dreams with gorgeous original woodwork, built-ins, moldings, 100 year old leaded and stained glass, plus both original and new period light fixtures, beamed ceilings, pocket doors, and brilliant original oak floors.

Just off the living room is the exquisite dining room. The dining room has a fireplace and a built-in fine china cabinet that is all but extinct from restored craftsman homes today.

The large kitchen has been fully updated with modern countertops, cabinetry, backsplash, and stainless steel appliances. The kitchen also has a separate pantry with lots of storage.

The master bedroom is bright, airy, and spacious.

The home’s second bedroom is also quite spacious and features hardwood floors and original casement windows.

While 2082 W 29th Street has just one bath like many early 1900s craftsman homes – especially in the historic Jefferson Park/West Adams neighborhood – the bathroom is sleek and stylish and refashioned in a clean white.

The front room, adjacent to the living areas, could be used as a third bedroom for guests or an office, lounge, or library, artists studio. The possibilities for this space are endless.

The front room has built-in bookcases, original wainscoting, and pocket doors for privacy.

The home also has a large dedicated laundry room.

The backyard is wonderfully private and totally enclosed, perfect for dog lovers.

It’s also perfect for entertaining. A pergola helps shade and protect guests on sunny summer days and provides nice, lowlit lighting in the evenings.

There’s also an ivy-covered two car garage that could potentially be converted into an Additional Dwelling Unit.

For those of you looking in this neighborhood, 2082 W 29th Street could not be in a better location. Trustworth neighbors, close to the Expo Line (for those frequent car-free weekend beach trips), a stone’s throw from USC and all the new and exciting cafes, restaurants, shops, and nightlife options appearing in West Adams.

If you would like to view 2082 W 29th Street or find other Los Angeles homes for sale, call me at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing provided courtesy of Andrea Dunlop, Sotheby’s International Realty.

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