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Just Listed: 2328 Sylvan Lane in Glendale

We are working on some new listings. The first one to hit the market is 2328 Sylvan Lane in Glendale’s sought after Verdugo Woodlands neighborhood. This home is sited on a peaceful street on a 12,000+ square foot lot. We will be open Wednesday (today) 10 AM – 1 PM and Saturday/Sunday from 2-4 PM. If you or anyone you know is looking for a home with granny flat potential stop by one of our open houses and take a look.

2328 Sylvan Lane

Located on a quiet tree-lined street in the highly sought after Verdugo Woodlands, this delightful traditional home has only had two owners.  Charming details are found throughout which include crown molding, wainscoting, hardwood floors and mitered molding around doorways.  The formal entry welcomes guests to this sun filled home. The living room is warmed by a fireplace and opens to a bright and cheery kitchen with adjacent dining room with built-ins. The large family room opens to the beautiful backyard and might be easily converted to a third bedroom. The oversized back yard is peaceful and there is a large level pad behind the garage which might be well suited for a granny flat or accessory dwelling unit.  Glorietta Park, Verdugo Park and Verdugo Woodland Elementary are all nearby.

Additional features include, mostly copper plumbing, Anderson windows in living room, bedrooms and bathroom. Pump for instant hot water (no cold showers). All exterior plants are on an automatic drip system.

2328 Sylvan Lane, glendale

We are preparing a Pasadena mid-century home for sale. And waiting for our clients to move from their newer five bedroom, four bath La Canada home so we can get that prepared for sale. My favorite painter/handyman is tweaking an Alhambra fixer.  This should be coming to market as soon as the estate sale people clean out the remnants. Our La Canada listing on Commonwealth is scheduled to close next week. We have another La Canada pool home coming on the market. It’s a stunning mid-century, I believe the architect was Jack Simison.

Call Phyllis to learn more about our upcoming listings, we may have just what you are looking for.

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