Are you a home owner looking to de-clutter and get your home ready for the market? This may be the perfect event for you: Launching its first ever pop-up shop Bneato Bar offers an affordable option for professional organizing.
The Beanto Bar Pop-up Shop is at being held September 27th and 28th, 10am-6pm at Communal in downtown LA.
Three signature services will be offered in a one-on-one, personalized experience for $40 each.
Bneato Bar fashions itself as place where anyone can afford de-cluttering services from a pro. The idea being that they bridge the gap between at-home personal organizers and big box organizing stores, offering de-cluttering services for stuff, paper and email in a ‘Genius Bar’ format.
As a special introduction to their top notch services, the skillful staff are offering an overview of all three for FREE to customers who fill out this survey.
Click here for more info and to request an appointment.
Images courtesy of: Bneato Bar
357 North Harper Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90048 3 BD/ 3 BA $1,799,000
Blending old world charm with modern updates, this 1920′s Spanish is located in the coveted Beverly Grove neighborhood near world-class restaurants, shopping and nightlife. The spacious and flat lush lawn with minimal landscaping gives way to an inviting private courtyard.
Gleaming hardwood floors run throughout the home. In the living room, a focal point arched window mimics the barrel vaulted ceiling awash in white and features an impeccably maintained original fireplace and tiling.
Adjacent to the living room through an arched doorway, the dining room is punctuated with a unique coved ceiling and direct access to the front courtyard.
2312 Richland Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90027 3 BD/ 2 BA $1,379,000
Built in 1923 this cozy english charmer is freshly painted in a striking pale green with contrasting white trim. Set back from Richland Avenue, the spacious front yard is landscaped with native plants and is shaded with mature trees.
Just through the front door, the living room is calm and spacious and features a batchelder fireplace.
The formal dining room and cozy lounge are the heart of the house. Soft light emanates through the many period style windows, matte finished hard wood floors run throughout the home. Read more…
The second annual MAK Games are upon us! Taking place in Beverly Hills at the 1963 John Lautner-designed Sheats/Goldstein Residence, this tennis tournament, while still in it’s infancy, greatly benefits the MAK Center for Art and Architecture. The teams are made up of a diverse array of cultural figures including artists, architects, writers and musicians. Enjoy cocktails, bar-b-que, music, and tours of the house while cheering on your favorite team!
This year, all of the teams slated to participate in the MAK Games play in the qualifying pre-tournament, which will take place between Saturday, September 13 and October 5. These games are privately held at various courts around Los Angeles.
Vying for the MAK Cup, the four teams to emerge as semi-finalists will compete at the recently completed Sheats/Goldstein Infinity Court on October 12, 2014.
Early Bird Price – Purchase before September 12:
Friends of the MAK Center: $140 each (limit 2 per friend)
General Public: $175
Package of 10: $1600
After September 12:
Friends of the MAK Center: $180 (limit 2 per friend)
General Public: $220
Package of 10: $2000
Click here for more info and to order tickets.
Image courtesy of Elizabeth Daniels, Elizabeth Daniels Photography; MAK Center for Art and Architecture
1967 N Edgemont Street Los Angeles, CA 90027 4 BD/ 4 BA $2,397,000
Just north of Los Feliz Boulevard on an exquisitely landscaped flat parcel of land sits a double gated Mediterranean villa, built in 1928. Located in a prime are of Los Feliz, a brick paved motor-court leads to the turreted entry with arched front door perfectly sited to capture maximum light throughout the home.
The double height entry features a grand staircase with intricate wrought iron baluster and easily flows into the adjacent living room and dining room.
Surrounded by nearly floor to ceiling windows and bathed in light, this step down living room features an original batchelder fireplace, period cove ceilings and an elevated roomy piano landing.
332 N Avenue 66
3043 Nichols Canyon Road Los Angeles, CA 90046 4 BD/ 3 BA $1,685,000
Located on quiet Nichols Canyon Road in the Hollywood Hills, this 1959 Edward Fickett, FAIA, home is a new to market, single-level quintessential mid-century post and beam. Spanning over a serene and incredibly private 8,670 square foot flat lot, this residence also features a large swimming pool and spa.
A generous entryway, gives way to a lively open floor-plan offering expansive living and entertaining areas which open to lushly landscaped outdoor living spaces.
Post and beams span wide across the common areas, while walls of glass and sliding doors merge indoors and out. Read more…
18128 Chardon Circle
Encino, CA 91316
5BR / 4BA / 3,422sf
I just listed a very exciting property in Encino! In the early 1960’s, one of the city’s original and most well-known contemporary modern furniture dealers discovered a home built by Donald Park, AIA. Today, nearly 50 years later, the residence of Mel Brown hits the market for the first time ever, creating an amazing opportunity for a fortunate buyer to continue the story of this special property.
Sited on nearly half an acre of flat land and mature gardens on a prime Lake Encino lot, this well loved 3,400 square foot classic mid-century modern home features 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, and family room, all with amazing indoor/outdoor views that open up to the spacious garden with oversized pool.
2138 Micheltorena Street Los Angeles, CA 90039 3 BD/ 4 BA $7,500,000
Best seen from Silver Lake Boulevard, across the reservoir, the Reiner-Burchiill Residence, Silvertop, is to Los Angeles’ residential architecture as Eero Saarinen’s TWA Terminal is to New York City. Commissioned by industrialist and engineer Kenneth Reiner as his home, Silvertop was John Lautner’s, F.A.I.A, first major use of monolithic concrete as a sculptural as well as an architectural component. It was completed in 1963, after nearly seven years of construction.
Perched out of view atop a hill the residence is accessed by a sweeping concrete driveway, amid mature trees and tailored landscaping.
The organic modern house features a huge, arching concrete roof over a wall of glass opening the interior to expansive views. Adjacent to the living room is a separate music room with access to the pool and gardens.
1448 Randall Court Los Angeles, CA 90065 3 BD/ 3 BA $1,049,000
New to market is this secluded Mt. Washington residence, offering sophistication within a modern farmhouse shell. Located high in the Mount Washington hills, this two story home is hidden from street view and positioned down a stone paver driveway on a lushly green and landscaped 1/3 acre lot.
Highlighted by floor to ceiling walls of glass, showcasing limitless views, the spacious 2,756 square foot home, features an open floor plan on the first level that connects seamlessly to the outdoors.
Polished concrete floors and custom kitchen cabinetry unify a clean, practical design. Read more…