2173 Redcliff Street Los Angeles, CA 90039 3 BD/ 3 BA $1,595,000
Built in 1954 by acclaimed architect, Al Martin, AIA, this 2,463 square foot home has not been on the market in over 50 years. Located in the winding streets north of the Silver Lake Reservoir on a sloped lushly verdant 9,000+ square foot site.
This generational home offers period details throughout. The family room is wrapped in windows and offers a beautiful wood slat ceiling and floor to ceiling sliding glass doors with views out to the Silver Lake Reservoir.
One of two wood burning fireplaces in this home, the family room is open to the dining room and kitchen. Steel beam construction with no load bearing walls affords the home grand open spaces. Read more…
3711 York Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90065
3BR, 1BA, 1,132sf
Open house Saturday March 8th 1-4pm and Sunday March 9th 2-5pm
I am very excited to announced my new listing in a great part of Glassell Park! Move right in to this charming and remodeled 3BR/1BA traditional home on a quiet stretch of York Blvd.
With a spacious open floor plan and an abundance of outdoor spaces, this home is a an entertainer’s dream come true.
850 Lucile Ave #11
Los Angeles, CA 90026
2BR, 3BA, 1,231sf
Sunset Junction special! I just listed this 2-story 2BR/2.5BA town home overlooking Bellevue Park is in a great Silver Lake location. Remodeled and move-in ready, this condo features beautiful hardwood floors, central air and heat, large eat-in kitchen, and views throughout.
This corner unit is one of the best units in the building. Downstairs is an open floor plan with spacious living room and dining area and half bath. There is a balcony off the kitchen overlooking the park.
2574 Corralitas Drive Los Angeles, CA 90039 3 BD/ 2 BA $799,000
Tree-top and sweeping canyon views abound in this 1951 mid-century home. Tucked into a lushly green hillside on the eastern side of Silver Lake, the property overlooks the Corralitas Red Car Property. The historic Red Car property was home to the Pacific Electric Interurban Streetcar, which connected downtown Los Angeles to Glendale and Burbank and ceased running in 1955. Now the area is a park-like setting boasting native plants and grasses.
Nestled into the trees, the interior of the home evokes tranquility with muted tones, floor to ceiling full light patio doors, a wood burning fireplace and an open floor plan. Hardwood floors run throughout the residence and the home has been updated with two zone central heat and air and copper plumbing.
112 North Harvard Los Angeles, CA 90004 4 BD/ 2 BA $998,000
The Heart House, designated a Historical Cultural Monument by the City of Los Angeles was constructed in 1910 and designed by Architects John & Donald Parkinson. This stunning early 20th century craftsman style home is tucked behind a wooden gate, surrounded by mature coniferous and palm trees just a moments drive to Larchmont Village and Silver Lake. This home is also convenient to studios, Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles and boasts views of the Hollywood Sign.
The home features grand detailing and craftsmanship in all respects. Dark wooden beams run horizontally across the living room and dining room ceilings, wood work surrounding the large picture windows, door frames and chair railings match this rich color. Gorgeous hardwood floors run throughout the home.
1901 Myra Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90027 2 BD/ 2 BA $1,149,000
Exquisitely and sensitively restored, The Schlessinger Residence designed by architect R. M. Schindler between 1952-54 overlooks the Shakespeare Bridge in Los Feliz. Last sold in 2010, the current owner, having purchased the home from the Schlessinger estate, set about to skillfully restore and align the residence more closely to the original Schindler plan. The home glows on this handsome elevated corner lot in the Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Feliz surrounded by tall palm trees and newly planted drought tolerant native plants.
The exterior undulating facade is translated inside and defines the open dining area. Clerestory windows let in ambient light to this space and accent the slatted wood beamed ceiling. With Eric Lamers overseeing the restoration each decision in the restoration considered Schindler’s intention for the property.
The living room is open to the dining room and boasts a full wall of floor to ceiling picture windows allowing stunning views of Los Feliz.
2004 La Brea Terrace Los Angeles, CA 90046 3 BD/ 3.5 BA $2,899,000
Nestled in the heart of this private gated enclave in the heart of Hollywood sits this 1902 traditional craftsman home. Sited on a flat lushly green half acre this home boasts an open and large living room with wood burning fireplace and beautiful wood floors throughout. Rarely do homes of this caliber and grace become available in this exclusive neighborhood!
The main level of this home consists of an open living room, dining room and media room. The airy feeling is accentuated with an open beamed white painted ceiling and full picture windows.
7463 Franklin Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90046 3 BD/ 3.5 BA $1,495,000
This traditional north of Sunset Boulevard in the Hollywood Hills first catches the eye with its deep blue exterior coloring and native drought tolerant landscaping surrounded by mature long needle pine trees. Built in 1940, this new listing has been recently renovated to include sun-drenched hardwood floors in the living room, crown molding throughout and a wood burning fireplace.
The comfortable dining room is open to the living room and offers large windows, beautiful wainscoting and direct access to the kitchen.
3827 Carnavon Way Los Angeles, CA 90027 3 BD/ 2.5 BA $1,685,000
Located in the hills north of Los Feliz Boulevard this impressive French Normandy is sited on 7,997 square feet. Designed in 1934 by F. Scott Crowhurst the home is sided with stucco and decorative half timbering echoing the traditional aspects of the romanticized traditional French farmhouse.
The open and airy living room is punctuated with dark wood timbers lining the stair treads and the ceiling. The mahogany peg and groove wood flooring stretches throughout the living room and the adjacent dining room.
12414 Rochedale Lane Los Angeles, CA 90049 4 BD/ 3 BA $1,895,000
Located in the desirable Crestwood Hills neighborhood of Brentwood, this 1950 built A. Quincy Jones home has been recently renovated by architect Marco DiMaccio. Named the Friedman Residence, this home is a terrific example of the true expression of the soul and grace of mid-century modernism. Sited on a flat and lushly green .26 acres the home is quintessentially Californian with walls of glass to create a seamless integration of indoor-outdoor living.
The stepped down living room features polished concrete floors, an open bookcase divider to the dining room and wood paneled ceilings that extend into the kitchen.