2345 Lake View Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Open house Sunday April 26th 2-5pm.
I’m very excited to present my newest listing! The very best of Silver Lake living is all right here in this character Spanish circa 1926. Move right in to this lovely 3BR/2BA home with original details and thoughtful updates on a great stretch of Lake View Avenue in the heart of one of the best neighborhoods in LA.
Living room with original hardwood floors, coved ceiling & fireplace gets great light through a wall of French windows.
2822 Denby Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90039
3BR / 2BA
I am pleased to present my newest listing in Elysian Valley! Just beyond the flowering cherry blossom trees on Denby Avenue sits this romantic 1926 Spanish bungalow in the heart of booming Frogtown.
Lovingly maintained for the past 40+ years by the same family, this is a great opportunity to invest in Elysian Valley, one of the LA’s hottest up-and-coming neighborhoods.
2528 Ridgeview Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90041 3 BD/ 2 BA $799,000
Situated on a charming Eagle Rock cul-de-sac, this picture perfect 1927 Spanish Revival features stunning canyon views and hard to find interior details. Perched on a sloping lot, the tiered entry steps are home to succulents and lush vegetation.
The living room boasts wonderful original details including this storybook style juliet balcony overlooking the impressive stenciled and vaulted wood beamed ceiling.
Original hardwood floors flow throughout the main level. The dining room is anchored by a beamed ceiling and french doors which lead out to the front sitting porch.
The recently renovated kitchen includes custom, extra deep cabinetry for more counter and storage space. Just off the kitchen is the main level bathroom which includes a walk-in shower and has been remodeled with Heath ceramic tiles.
All three of the bedrooms are located on the upper level. The master bedroom includes built-in bookcases and windows which look out to the backyard.
While cozy, the upstairs bathroom is newly remodeled with custom tiles in white tones to make the space feel airy.
Nearly identical in size to the master, the second bedroom features deep closets for extra storage.
The third smaller bedroom is outfitted with custom built-ins and could be a perfect office or kids room.
Ideal for entertaining, the outdoor fireplace on the back patio area is located perfectly adjacent to the kitchen.
The terraced backyard, offers multiple open levels seemingly beckoning a vegetable garden or a children’s playset. The grand views are breathtaking from this charming home in a great location. Don’t miss this one!
Listing courtesy of Andrea Dunlop, Sotheby’s International Realty
5216 Rockland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90041
2BR/1BA + Detached Studio
I just listed this great home in Eagle Rock. One step inside this tastefully updated 1920s Spanish home will have you breathing a sigh of relief as you marvel at the well-maintained vintage details: original floors and windows, Batchelder fireplace tile work, textured wallpaper, built-in desk and shelving.
You will feel the one-of-a-kind Eagle Rock charm and warmth that is becoming ever so hard to find in one of LA’s hottest and best neighborhoods.
4077 Woking Way Los Angeles, CA 90027 3 BD/ 3 BA $1,998,000
North of Los Feliz Boulevard is this elegant, 1931, Spanish residence. Curbside, a stone wall gently rises giving way to mature plants and trees. This celebrity-owned Los Feliz residence blends authenticity with sophistication and comfort.
The oversized living room, includes a double height vaulted wood beam ceiling, andalusia fireplace, large picture window and pathway to a brick covered outdoor patio.
The galley style kitchen boasts chef’s appliances, custom white cabinetry, marble counters and views to the brick paved patio. Read more…
1703 N Avenue 55 Los Angeles, CA 90042 3 BD/ 1.75 BA $719,000
North of York Boulevard in the incredibly hot neighborhood of Highland Park is this newly listed and completely remodeled Spanish Bungalow which boasts incredible curb appeal. The flat lush lawn leads to this fresh white Spanish with an inviting and cozy front porch.
The open, bright and sunny living and dining areas boast a decorative Batchelder fireplace, hardwood floors, vintage built-ins and coved ceilings.
Update 12/22: And the winner is….Silvertop! Not a big surprise that one of the best houses in L.A. won. The voting wasn’t even that close as the landmark Lautner property captured a wopping 37% of the votes. Tied for second place was the Wirin House and 7529 Mulholland Dr with 11% each. The full results are below and here is some more info about the sale of Silvertop. Thank you all for voting and happy holidays!
View the rest of this year’s nominees after the jump:
1862 Fanning Street Los Angeles, CA 90026 2 BD/ 2 BA $789,000
Live in the heart of Silver Lake! This new listing offers a great location enjoy picnics at the meadow, walk around the Silver Lake reservoir or dine at exceptional local restaurants. This pristine, light filled, character 1938 Spanish home offers breathtaking views of the reservoir and mountains.
Enjoy the warm sunsets in the sunlit expansive living room with decorative fireplace and medium-toned original wood floors which run throughout.
Access the lush private backyard through French doors where you can relax, entertain, and grow the vegetable garden you always wanted.
2417 Nottingham Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90027 4 BD/ 3.5 BA $3,495,000 Originally built in 1927 by architect John Williams Chard, this landmark Los Feliz residence melds modern living within a classic Mediterranean environment. Located in the coveted north of Los Feliz Boulevard neighborhood the residence’s shallow landscaped front yard gives way to a private and spacious entertaining courtyard.
This exposed wooden beamed peristyle has colonnades on two sides and leads to the wooden arched entry door.
333 Grand Avenue Pasadena, CA 91030 4 Bd/ 4.25 BA $2,222,800
Set on a wide avenue, just one block from Lower Arroyo Park in historic South Pasadena, this newly listed home is an eclectic mix of charming 1927 Spanish Colonial and dynamic organic contemporary. Known as the Spence House, the addition was designed by Bart Prince, best known for the Japanese Pavillion at LACMA, and was completed in 1991. An expanse of green lawn and a curvilinear paver driveway lead to the stucco residence, set on one-third an acre.
While the original home remains largely intact, the entrance opens up to a soaring and undulating modern extension. Running alongside one side of the home, the addition was focused and built around an existing Sycamore tree which provides a central exterior courtyard and leads to a new spherical building.