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Just Sold! 4905 Lockhaven Avenue, Eagle Rock

Nestled against a hillside at the end of a cul-de-sac, this charming home in the Eagle Rock area hides a fascinating history. The pool and one side of the house were once part of a sprawling estate designed by renowned architect Lloyd Wright. The mansion was owned by prolific screenwriter Bill Conselman, who also wrote the popular 1920s comic strip Ella Cinders. After the land was subdivided, the guest/pool house was expanded to create the current home. In the living room, a sweeping Lloyd Wight window frames a view of the adjoining balcony and the picturesque hillside. The recently remodeled kitchen features chiseled-edge granite counters and custom maple cabinets. A downstairs bedroom can be used as a family room; a three-quarter bath and laundry area complete this level. Three upstairs bedrooms include a master with ceramic-tiled bath. 2 car attached garage with workshop. Upgrades include central air and heat, copper plumbing, solar pool heating.

Offered at $819,000

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