As featured on Curbed.com, Leah Dilbeck's 660-square-foot listing in Glendale’s Verdugo Woodlands is winning hearts across Los Angeles. Leah knew she had something special when she found the home for her clients in 2014.
“When I found this house for my dear friends, Kristen & Kevin, a few years ago I fell in love with it & knew it was "the one" for them!” Leah said. “It was small but perfect! Surrounded by oaks & million dollar homes - it was the neighborhood that threw it over the top! Living in such a beautiful neighborhood was ideal for their first home. With a baby on the way, it's time to find them something the baby will love too!”
Turns out, Curbed LA loves the home as well and has featured this pint-sized powerhouse saying,
“The old adage goes that new homebuyers should look for the smallest house in the best neighborhood they can afford. This cozy, 660-square-foot house in Glendale’s Verdugo Woodlands is probably one of the smaller single-family homes available in this bucolic neighborhood. Built in 1922, it looks thoroughly updated inside, from the central air and heat to the full bathroom with subway tile in the shower. Tile and wood floors alternate throughout the space, which includes a bright kitchen and a living room large enough for a sectional sofa.”
For the full feature visit la.curbed.com.