Despite being in an ever-present state of "Hulking out," this circa-1933 three-bedroom Tudor Revival in the L.A. neighborhood of Atwater Village sets itself apart from the staunchly monochrome houses of the world with an interior that's pretty reserved and tasteful. The consensus among the Curbed LA commentariat is that the sunken living room is a plus ("it adds a sense of formality without stuffiness") and the stained glass accents are très magnifique; basically, we've reached the Emerald City of charming vintage finds. Also ranked among what the listing calls its "many thoughtfully preserved architectural details" are box-beam ceilings, scalloped doorways, casement windows, and built-ins. Out back is a cedar hot tub, which shares the relatively small lot with a detached garage topped with a finished studio apartment. So there's probably not enough room to put in a pool, or to celebrate this looker by commissioning a tiny replica of it on the same grounds, but the $899K ask (it last went for $350K in 2000) makes it a strong recent addition to the six-digit club.
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