|Pat and I in front of a very large succulent in Los Angeles|
During my recent vacation this past January in Los Angeles California with my Canadian friend Pat, we had the good luck to come upon an open house. Both Pat and I love open houses!
We were just taking a walk in a residential section of Los Angeles, enjoying the mild weather (70 degrees) and palm trees when we came across an open house. "Say Pat, want to check it out?" Pat: "Yes!"
So here you go folks, a pictorial display of our tour of this open house:
|"Open House!" downtown Los Angeles|
|Pat discusses the details with the realtor|
|Now this is a shower! - "His and His"|
|The Master Bedroom - I like!|
|Private balcony and corner window - I love it!|
|From second floor - view of neighborhood|
|The guest bedroom - love the private balcony|
|Another bedroom with private balcony|
|Fireplace and couch on yet another private balcony|
|Pat asks "What kind of wood?"|
|The first floor main living area - living room, dining room, kitchen and view of backyard pool|
|The obligatory Los Angeles California homeowner's pool|
|The dining room|
|View from front of house|
|Side street view of this new, modern house|
Wouldn't this "modest" house in the heart of a residential section of Los Angeles make a nice getaway? Both Pat and I thought so.
One of my dreams (as yet unrealized) was to win a lottery of several million dollars so I could buy some of these getaways. I would certainly buy this lovely, perfect home in Los Angeles. Brand new, modern, clean lines, low maintenance and ideally located. If I had this home I wouldn't risk falling on ice and snow and being put out of commission for months like I am now.
But alas, I stopped playing Powerball years ago. Pat buys an occasionally lottery ticket with a maximum payout of $10,000. Hardly enough to buy this beauty. But you know folks, one can dream and I thank that realtor that Sunday in January who permitted me and Pat to wander through this dream house.
So what do you think folks? Like it?
So how much do you think it cost? Well, here you go: the asking price was: