This Spanish style home was built in the 1930's and has many original features including the molding, original hardwood floors, arched door and entryways and recessed ceilings. It's 1600 sqft and within a mile of the Forum and new Rams/Chargers Stadium. It will also be less than a mile away from the Crenshaw Line metro.
The home is nestled in the quiet Inglewood neighborhood of Morningside Park. It is a block from a local elementary school and is on a treelined street. In front of the house are two large elms and the front landscaping showcases iceberg roses, french lavender, star jasmine and mexican fountain grass. The back yard space is drought tolerant and includes a spacious deck, decomposed granite and concrete walk spaces, mexican river rock and succulents as well as sectioned seating areas with hanging lights, adarondak chairs and a copper fire pit. The yard also includes a fully working outdoor smoking pit/oven. This unique property maintains both old Los Angeles features while still showcasing contemporary features and style.
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