It’s always exciting when a great house in Silver Lake hits the market. This home was originally built in 1936, but underwent an architectural renovation in 2004. It’s located in prime Moreno Highlands and is in the Ivanhoe School District.
This 4,000 square foot residence in prime Beverly Hills was built in 1967 and features clean lines, walls of glass, and Fleetwood doors offering truly seamless indoor outdoor flow.
Built in 1958, this classic mid-century modern is on the market for the first time in 24 years. It is located in the Whitley Heights section of the Hollywood Hills, a Historic Preservation Overlay Zone, and within walking (and listening!) distance of the Hollywood Bowl.
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This newly listed Spanish style home was built in 1931 and features arched windows, high beamed ceilings and great outdoor space. It’s located in the highly desirable Franklin Hills neighborhood and is part of the Franklin Avenue Elementary School district.
This Spanish Revival estate in the Outpost Estates section of the Hollywood Hills was built in 1934 by Charles E. Toberman. The sprawling 3,505 square foot estate was recently renovated and showcases original architectural details mixed with updated materials and features.
A recent article in the Los Angeles Times states that home sales in L.A. have gone up for the first time in 6 years. This didn’t surprise me; based on what I see every day, the real estate market is doing great. But it may surprise some readers who think the market is still declining and are waiting for the mythical “bottom”. Many buyers I meet ask me when I think we’ll hit the bottom of the market because they want to buy when prices are at the absolute lowest. But with news that home prices are picking back up, I believe we’ll see a shift with even more buyers recognizing that now is the time to buy before home prices increase further.
This mid-century modern home was built in 1954 by the architectural firm Neptune & Thomas, whose projects include the clubhouse at Annandale Golf Club and the conversion of the Vista del Arroyo Hotel.
Built in 1957, this post and beam home is located in Brentwood’s Crestwood Hills. The development, also known as the Mutual Housing Tract, was designed by A. Quincy Jones and features numerous homes designated as Los Angeles architectural landmarks.
Built in 1924 by architect A.F. Leicht, this private and gated Mediterranean estate in Los Feliz features incredible views of downtown Los Angeles and Griffith Park, including the Observatory.