The childhood home of Charles Bukowski is up for sale. Bukowski’s family moved to 2122 S. Longwood Ave., in Mid-City, in 1931, when Bukowski was 11 and the house was about six years old. Will it be long on the market?
The Bukowski Family were living here when Bukowski wrote his first short story in 1935 (published for the first time in 1940). Bukowski left in 1942, but returned to the house through 1947.
And now the house is up for sale for the first time since 1996. The Bukowski Family is asking $569,900.
The mid-City Spanish inspiration house was built in 1931.
The Bukowski former-home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a good size kitchen with tile counter and floors, a dining room, an da two-car garage.
According to Redfin the house have just been painted inside and the price reduced for a fast sale.
Right now you can own this iconic home for an L.A.-reasonable pricing for this Landmark, and due too Mills Act, you can get a tax rebate of up to 70% for historic preservation.
Henry Charles Bukowski was born in 16 of August 1920 and died on 9 of March 1994. The German-born was an American poet, novelist, and short story writer.
Charles Bukowski’s writing was influenced by the social, cultural, and economic ambience of his home city of Los Angeles.