1903 Exposition Park- LA TImes

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Before and After: dog damage be gone

How much damage can a rampant German shepherd inflict on a home? Plenty, starting with gnawed baseboards, doors, walls and banisters.

“I remember being scared,” said real estate agent Jacqueline Gunn. “He was big.”

But it wasn’t just dog damage that left the 1903 Exposition Park home in dire need of a redo by the time buyer Michael Krepack purchased it for $450,000 in May.

“It was just so beat up,” said Gunn, who repped Krepack in the probate purchase and was tasked with heading the subsequent renovations of the 1,842-square-foot home.

Krepack’s only directive, Gunn said, was to “keep things as authentic as possible.”

Three months of work later, the former frat house-ready home has transformed into a dashing standout on 35th Place, with its white picket fence border. It’s back on the market for $750,000.

Se the before & afters and read the full article HERE.