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Tour the Burnham Block of American System-Built Homes, 2714 W. Burnham St., bungalows and duplexes Wright designed as affordable, beautiful housing. 7.
The bungalow at 1631 26th St. was listed for sale Oct. 18, and an offer has already been made, said listing agent Della Johnson of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate.
Only three were less than $600,000, including a two-bedroom, 1,114-square-foot bungalow, built in 1923 on .06 acre, listed for $475,000.
Jennifer Cornell, who works in business development in Orlando, Florida, is similarly certain that the former resident of her rented 1920s-era bungalow is still around.
Howard Hughes lived there for 30 years, the Rat Pack drank their nights away in the Polo Lounge, and John Lennon sought out solitude in the bungalows with Yoko Ono.
He has been charged with abuse of power in the purchase of a bungalow.
These eye-catching bungalows are only about 90 miles from Beijing, but residents wouldn’t know it from looking out their window.
Lilia Valeeva’s Spanish revival bungalow in Mission Hills was purchased as a fixer-upper in 2013.
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