Listed on May 31 for $949,000, the 4,200-square-foot Craftsman-style property is closing at $1.35 million, according to Redfin. That's a pretty hefty premium, especially at a time when the housing market is still trying to regain its balance. Of course, this is a pretty special house. From Curbed LA:
Let's welcome to the market this bucolic beauty in Mt. Washington, Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #392. Known as Treehaven, the Craftsman-style compound was built between 1908 and 1924 by a firm called the Architectural Design Co. Per the listing, the .31 acre property contains a four-bedroom, two-bath main house, a two-story "fully equipped" guesthouse, a studio/office, and a detached, four-car garage. Features include hardwood floors, two woodburning fireplaces, French doors and windows, covered porches, and a bevy of built-ins. Last sold in 1997 for $460,000, it's now asking $949,000, or $226 per square foot.