On the Market: 1920s-Era Orange Home

What does $720,000 get you in Orange?

Orange County’s 1920s homes show their age, and many people are pleased about that. Vintage details such as wood-framed windows and beamed ceilings are big draws for local buyers.

“People seeking vintage homes don’t even want to see new homes,” says Sandy DeAngelis, an Orange County realtor specializing in older residences. “They want the charm and detail of an older home, plus the quality of construction.”

From bungalows to Tudors, Orange County’s inventory offers plenty of choice.

The Old Towne National Register Historic District in Orange counts this historic Tudor among its treasured homes. The single-story 1924 residence has original wood floors, three bedrooms, and two baths in 1,248 square feet. The kitchen has a stainless-steel refrigerator and a vintage stove. The property on East Walnut Avenue also has a two-car garage, shade trees, and a backyard storage shed. Micah Peterson, 562-652-8993

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