This newly listed 4-unit building, known as Dunsmuir Flats, was built in 1938 by architect Gregory Ain.
Back on the market, Architect Val Powelson’s 1960 “Sunbow House”.
Built in 1955, this a stunning example of an updated post and beam. The 3,000 square foot home is located in lower Sunset Plaza on a quiet cul-de-sac with southern exposure to optimize the natural light and spectacular city views.
This new listing in the Oaks is a perfect house for a single person or couple looking for a stylish, private home. Built in 1948, it’s one of a few homes on its quiet cul-de-sac, in an ideal, walkable section of the Los Feliz Oaks.
(Update: Sold for $1,449,000!) Check out my new listing! This stylish and sophisticated 1939 traditional is located in a prime Los Feliz location. The 2,664 square foot home has been carefully renovated and restored by the current owners and features beautiful, high-end finishes throughout. The 3-bedroom, 3-bath residence is completely move in ready and includes … Continued
This new listing in the Hollywood Hills was built by renowned architect Edward H. Fickett in 1957. The 2,092 square foot home was fully remodeled both inside and out in 2011 while staying true to Fickett’s original design.
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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