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2402 El Moreno St, La Crescenta: The most expensive home sold in April 2019

The most expensive La Crescenta home sold in April 2019, was 2402 El Moreno St. Originally listed for $1,099,000, this luxury home sold $76,000 over asking for $1,175,000. The sellers purchased this home in 2018 with an adjacent parcel which had a guest house on it. They paid $1,285,000 for both of these and sold each separately.

3402 El Moreno St., La Crescenta Most Expensive home sold

MLS REMARKS READ: Situated on a large corner lot in desirable Briggs Terrace, this property is waiting to be restored to its former glory. Built in 1909, the main house offers unique architectural design and old-world charm with lots of windows. There are two entrances, two kitchens, two living rooms with fireplaces, family room, den, and plenty of rooms for extended family and friends. Upstairs bedrooms are light and airy with beautiful mountain views. Original wood floors, lots of storage space, indoor laundry hookups. The 1 bed/1 bath guest house includes a kitchen and living room. Above the three-car garage is a spacious bonus area–perfect for a rec room, retreat or artist studio. The ample yard has mature trees and multiple spaces for gardens and entertaining. Convenient to parks, shopping and award-winning La Crescenta schools, this property offers endless possibilities for customizing!

We are proud to announce that our newest La Crescenta listing at 3333 Fairmount Ave. went into escrow after 9 days on the market. We had multiple offers and it sold quite a bit over asking price.

Call Phyllis to learn more about La Crescenta real estate values.

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How wonderful for the owners. Keeping a home show ready is so challenging but most of us could handle nine days,