New to the market, an enchanting Spanish-style home nestled in the Echo Park hills. Carefully renovated to the last detail, the residence is filled with light and enjoys panoramic views. The bright interior of sophisticated design captures the essence of Spanish style architecture. Distinct features include barrel vaulted ceiling, built-in bookshelves, and arched pass-throughs. Enjoy … Continued
Built in 1951, this beautiful post and beam residence is light-filled, open, and inviting. The 2,631 square-foot home is located in a private, meditative setting. The bright living room offers walls of glass that open to the lush backyard. Wood and stone floors add warmth and charm to the home. The glass enclosed dining room makes … Continued
Built in 1928, this Spanish Revival has it all: authentic character, picturesque views, sprawling flat grassy lawns, and a sparkling pool. The 4,000 square-foot home is tastefully adorned with arches, peg & groove hardwood floors, carved wooden doors, Saltillo pavers, beamed ceilings, gently curved ironwork, and more. The dramatic living room features an impressive towering … Continued
This stunning mid-century post and beam home was built in 1952 by notable architect Richard E. Nevara, A.I.A. The 2,192 square-foot residence is perched on an expansive lot offering plenty of privacy and seclusion. Transition from interior to exterior through the expansive glass doors. The 4-bedroom, 3-bath home features exposed beams, warm wood, and natural stone … Continued
New to the market, the J.M. Roberts Residence, designed by Richard Neutra in 1955. While the Roberts original request was for a more conventional ranch style home, Neutra brought them around to his purely modernist aesthetic. Neutra’s modular grid, spider leg detailing, and asymmetric compositions combine to create a harmony of balance, transparency, and lightness. Similar … Continued
The Ken McLeod Residence, built in 1954 is now on the market for the first time since 1978. The 2,514 square-foot residence was designed by Fred McDowell, A. I. A., 1954, and Rufus Turner, A. I. A., 1965. Although Fred McDowell is listed as the architect of record, McLeod’s work with Criley and McDowell, Richard Neutra, and … Continued
Now on the market for the first time in 90 years, the Prindle house, a masterpiece designed by renowned architect, George Washington Smith.
This modern, split-level, hillside home is located in the upward-trending Adam’s Hill neighborhood of Glendale.
New to the market, this 1920’s Los Feliz residence marries the best of its era’s character with a modern sensibility.
I recently had the pleasure of checking out the Frank Thomas Residence, designed by Ted Criley Jr., A.I.A. The stunning 4-bedroom, 3-bath residence is on the market for the first time since it was built in 1949. The home’s original owner, Frank Thomas, was one of Walt Disney’s “Nine Old Men” animators. Before the home was … Continued