Want to live in a genuine historic home? This beautiful Spanish eclectic in Santa Monica was designed by Charles Dilbeck with his signature style that combined traditional elements, old English accoutrements, and Spanish touches. Completed in 1935 and updated in a way that honors this home’s history, 6922 Vivian is a tremendous property.
Dramatic curb appeal, cute entry courtyard, gorgeous original leaded and stained glass windows, beautiful hardwood floors throughout, and tons of natural light from the skylights, this home is a jewel box! Marketed by Keller Williams agent Cerissa Lair, this home is priced just right at $315,000!
With two stories, three bedrooms, one and a half baths, and 1,436 square feet, this is a terrific home for a family who wants to live close to all of the amenities that Hollywood/Santa Monica has to offer. The location couldn’t be more prime — not only are you inside a highly sought after historic district, but you’re right across the street from Tennison Park, just a few blocks away from Randall and Lindsley parks, and a stone’s throw from the Santa Fe Trail!
Additionally, this area feeds into Lakewood Elementary, Long Middle School, and the acclaimed Woodrow Wilson High School. There couldn’t be a more perfect home for a family who wants city amenities but a suburban feel. Of course, you’ll also love the new commercial development being built at Gaston and East Grand, which will feature a brand new grocery store, as well as other retail.
As for upgrades, this home has a brand new roof, new water heater and HVAC, new plumbing, fresh paint, brand new stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and a gorgeous park-like backyard with a spacious lawn. All of that outdoor space more than makes up for the small bedrooms and tight kitchen. What do you think?