Who would've thought your first home would be a Spanish-style bungalow in coveted Echo Park? One of four stand-alone residences with no shared walls. Inside is anchored by a neutral color palette, hardwood floors, and 1920s charm combined with modern amenities that include updated electrical and mini splits. The home opens to a living room, dining area, a remodeled kitchen with ample counter and storage space, and a washer and dryer. Off the kitchen, there's a private patio where you can dine al fresco. The bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with penny tile floors and period fixtures. There's a sunroom (that doubles as a home office) with a roomy closet and nautical-style windows framing leafy treetops and neighborhood life. Flights of concrete steps flow up to a communal yard where the sky is filled with palm-tree-lined views and the Hollywood sign in the distance. The owners say, "In the past five years, we've had two engagement parties, two weddings up there, and a giant Thanksgiving." And while this home offers more than you'd imagined, its prime location near the entrance of Elysian Park and neighborhood favorites, including Bar Flores, Lowboy, Cookbook, Bacetti, and Canyon Coffee, makes you want to pinch yourself every single day.