Fairy tales aren’t all the time imaginary — particularly when you may dwell in your very personal.
This cottage, which comes ornamented with fort turrets and leaded home windows, looks as if one thing taken straight from an enchanted forest in a youngsters’s storybook. But in actuality, it stands within the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles — and it now seeks a brand new proprietor who will pay $1.39 million to dwell out their fantasy.
Located at 6937 Vanland Trail, this two-bedroom cottage has lengthy been rumored to be the inspiration for Snow White’s home within the still-classic 1937 Disney movie — and its itemizing notes the outside design even matches that of Roland E. Hill’s design for the fort at Disneyland.
The 1,026-square-foot unfold hit the market last week, in response to Realtor.com, whose itemizing historical past additionally reveals the home final offered for $949,000 in 2016. And in a former life, the home additionally served as a trip rental with a median charge of $307 per night time. At that time, the home had reportedly been owned by the identical household because the Nineteen Thirties. The itemizing notes the home dates to 1938.
A visit by the itemizing photos offers a real escape from actuality. Exterior particulars moreover embody wooden beams working up the façade, a multi-colored brick chimney and textured inexperienced roof shingles.
Inside, an arched doorway, wood-framed home windows, a fire and a wood ceiling adorn a residing space. Nearby, a comfortable kitchen, additionally with wood-beamed ceilings, has wood cupboards that the itemizing says are paying homage to Snow White’s home. Wood-beamed ceilings prolong right into a bed room, the place leaded glass doorways open to a balcony.
Elsewhere, a room with sloped ceilings can function a home workplace. Back outdoors, stone partitions body a yard, which has a small pond and a waterfall, and a small wood bridge off to their facet.
It all stands on a 2,792-square-foot lot. As for different options, there are stained glass home windows, one full lavatory, a powder room, smart-home heating and cooling for the bedrooms and trendy home equipment.
Lisa Wade, of Power Brokers International, has the itemizing.