Mediterranean-style duplex with fantastic tile seeking $1.9M

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Here’s an opportunity to own one of the glamorous period revival homes that dominate Carthay Square’s historic district. This property is actually a duplex, two magnificent units in a 3,547-square-foot Mediterranean-style structure built in 1934.

Each residence contains three bedrooms and two bathrooms with stunning period tile. One retains its original yellow and turquoise kitchen tile, while the other kitchen has been stylishly updated. Both feature pretty scalloped entryways, hardwood floors, tray ceilings, built-ins, an abundance of natural sunlight, fireplaces, formal entryways, and master suites that open to wrought iron balconies.

They’re tied together by a courtyard with Saltillo tiling and a backyard with fruit trees.

Per the listing, improvements include HVAC, tankless water heaters, new appliances, and “foundation work.”

Last sold for $1.08 million, 1212 South Hayworth is now on the market for $1.949 million. (The property is subject to the city’s rent control ordinance, and the lower unit is tenant-occupied.)


The living room in the unit with the more contemporary kitchen.

Both units feature ornate built-ins.

A kitchen with an apron sink, blue and white tile mosaic, and white cabinets opens to a dining room with an embellished tray ceiling. There’s bar seating at the counter.
The kitchen in this unit is a bit more contemporary, but retains period details.

A luxurious old bathroom covered in tile. There’s an-inset mirror surrounded by tile, white cabinets, a yellow tub, two windows, and molded ceilings.
Both units retain elegant period bathroom tile, this one in burgundy and yellow.

A wood patio table and benches in a small yard area populated with fruit trees.
The shared backyard is paved with tile and holds two double-car garages.

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