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Brick House In Glendale With Batchelder Fireplace On The Market For $1.2 Million

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This cool Glendale home might attract attention for its charming brick exterior, however, one of the most interesting features can be found in the living room: an original Batchelder tiled fireplace.

Ernest Batchelder was a Pasadena artist and tile maker, whose work you might recognize if you're ever lucky enough to get a tour of the closed Dutch Chocolate Shop in downtown Los Angeles, which is covered in Batchelder murals. (You can go on a virtual tour here.)

The four-bed, three-bath home was built in 1924. According to the listing, the home contains a master suite with a lots of closet space, fruit trees, a big garage, a large basement and a pool and spa with a waterfall feature. It could all be yours for $1.2 million.

[h/t Curbed LA]