The Marks House was designed by architect R.M. Schindler and built in 1953.
Schindler restyled the exterior and living area of this three-story bungalow, and the work was carried out according to his design by Mr. and Mrs. Marks after Schindler’s death. The home has been unaltered since.
This home, studio, and workshop is located in prime Silver Lake, just one block from Sunset Junction. It is commercially zoned CR2, which allows for a small lot development or apartment building. (Buyer to investigate).
The lower level is a large, light-filled work space and home to a local artist.
Adjacent to the residence is the studio–a dramatic structure of wood and glass, designed by architect Perry Neuschatz in 1961.
This incredibly unique property is located in prime Silver Lake, just one block from Sunset Junction, and only 12 minutes from Downtown.
The patio, deck, and gardens feel removed from its urban environment.
The panoramic view encompasses Griffith Park, the Griffith Observatory, and the Hollywood Sign.
This home, studio, and workshop represents a great opportunity to create a live-work compound in the heart of Silver Lake.
Listing courtesy of Karen Lower, Coldwell Banker.