• 2,532 sq ft
.• 11,001 sq ft lot
• 4 bedrooms and 3 baths
• Built in 1923
• Hardwood Floors, Fireplace, Swimming Pool

Southern Traditional Character home loaded with original detail and charm, blended with many upgrades throughout! Coved ceilings in the large formal dining and living rooms, with an original Batchelder fireplace.

Original crafted moldings and hardwood floors throughout most of the home. Top of the line gourmet kitchen boasts granite countertops with island, wolf range with dual ovens/BBQ and griddle, two dishwashers and built-in fridge.

Other upgrades include beautifully remodeled bathrooms, copper plumbing throughout, upgraded electrical, newer roof, and dual zoned HVAC. Private entertainers yard is surrounded by lush/mature landscaping, included a huge wraparound fig tree! Because of this homes curb appeal, much filming has been done here in the past.

At the time John and Mary Fritz built their home at 11122 Kling St. in 1923, the area was surrounded by Walnut Groves, and nearby Lankershim Village was already the major business hub of the San Fernando Valley.  John Fritz was a storied character.  He was one of the early pioneers in the east Valley, founding North Hollywood Federal Savings and Loan, which was the first savings and loan in the Valley, helping many families buy homes in the area.  Their main office was located at the corner of Lankershim and Riverside Dr.  He was also a charter member and first President of the Masonic Lodge of Lankershim, and ran for City Council.

Read more about the original North Hollywood Federal Savings and Loan Association.

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