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1331 Imperial Drive, Glendale: Most Expensive Home Sold June 2019

The most expensive home sold in June 2019 was 1331 Imperial Drive, Glendale. This gorgeous Spanish home sold for $1,650,000 in forty-four days. This luxury Glendale home originally listed for $1,725,000.

Previous sale history of 1331 Imperial Drive, Glendale: Sold June 2015: $1,400,000.  Sold May 2002: $771,000.

Imperial Dr Glendale Most Expensive Home Sold

MLS REMARKS READ: A dramatic, turn-key, two-story Spanish style home. Located in the Royal Canyon hillside neighborhood. This unique property is perched above the street. With a terrace that wraps around the home for an incredible Mediterranean lifestyle of outdoor entertaining. Original period details including dramatic rotunda entry, hardwood flrs, fluted living room ceiling. A study with built-in bookcases, wrought iron railings, solid core wood doors with original hardware & more. Stunning formal living & dining rooms off the center hall. With a two color magnesite floor & circular wrought iron staircase. A study room is nestled off the living room.

The modern kitchen with stainless appliances. And eat-in breakfast area overlooks the outdoor fireplace. A downstairs bedroom has an adjacent full bathroom. Upstairs are four bedrooms including a fabulous master suite with a charming enclosed sun porch. Two upstairs bedrooms are Jack and Jill style & share a 3/4 remodeled bathroom. A circular shaped bedroom, currently used as a den, has beamed ceilings. And views of the Verdugo Mountains. Newer roof, dual air, tankless water heater and new Miele washer & dryer are included. Three car garage w/electric fence.  Award winning Glendale schools. Nearby two parks & GCC. Close to DTLA & studios.

Glendale has greatly changed from the city I grew up in.  Prior to the Americana and the Galleria, Brand Blvd. was our bustling shopping district. We would spend Saturdays roaming the Blvd. Window shopping and often having babysitting money for lunch at Lum’s or Numero Uno, home of the deep dish pizza.

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