Watch the fireworks without ever having to leave home

The plantation shutters of this Echo Park house’s living room don’t hide one of its coolest features: a proximity to Dodger Stadium. The real up-close view of the stadium is from the wide deck behind the house, but the kitchen window frames the stadium, too. So whether inside or out, you’ll be able to see those post-game fireworks from home.

The darling two-bedroom house looks larger than its at 742-square-feet. Bright interiors, hardwood floors, and custom built-ins probably help keep the place looking sleek and spacious.

The lone bathroom has been remodeled. Bonus spaces include a separate laundry room and a converted garage for possible use as a home office. There’s also a fenced-in front yard, where kids or pets or both, in harmony, could play.

Last sold for $391,500 in 2013, the stadium-adjacent residence is now listed for $699,000.