New to the market, Shepard Fairey’s Mediterranean residence in Los Feliz. Built in 1929, this stunning home includes 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, and original details throughout.
The Volcano House, a saucer shaped mid-century icon perched on top of a 150-foot cinder cone, offers rare architectural elements paired with unique 360 degree views.
Many new listings claim to “magazine quality” but few actually are. Here is one that definitely fits that description. The Hershberger Residence (ie, celebrity hairstylist Sally Hershberger), was originally built by William Stephenson in 1960 and fully renovated in 2004 – 2005 by Swift Lee Office Architects.
The Linder Residence was built in 1938 by Edward B. Rust, A.I.A. Shortly after the residence was completed, it was sold to actor Anderson Lawler. According to the listing, Lawler’s friend Marlene Dietrich helped furnish the home, and later Lawler apparently rented it to Orson Welles who lived there with Rita Hayworth.
This brand-new listing in Studio City was built by architect Ralph Bowerman, A.I.A, in 1950. It was Rock Hudson’s home from 1951 to 1955 and was featured in Architectural Digest’s “Hollywood at Home”.
The historic Samuel-Novarro house was built in 1928 by Lloyd Wright for Ramon Novarro’s close friend and business manager, Louis Samuel but later changed hands to Novarro. The majestic 4-level, 3-bedroom home is built into the side of a hill in the exclusive Oaks neighborhood in Los Feliz. It has been meticulously restored and features sleek concrete floors, dramatic windows, countless architectural details, beautiful outdoor spaces, an enclosed pool and terrace with a jasmine covered walkway.
Remember Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi’s estate in Beverly Hills, listed for $49 million? Yeah, I can’t forget either. And as is the trend when mega-mansions are looking for a buyer, they did a spread for the November issue of Architectural Digest!
What property could possibly be worth $49M? An ultra-private, modern 3 acre compound owned by Ellen Degeneres and wife Portia de Rossi!
This uniquely crafted home, set in the desirable neighborhood of Larchmont Village, is perfect for lovers of Old Hollywood history–or lovers of cedar. The 1,896 square foot home is constructed primarily of cedar both inside and out and was originally designed by and built for Adriana Caselotti and her husband Dr. J. Dana Costigan in 1976. Adriana is best known for her role as the voice of Snow White in the 1937 Walt Disney classic, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Walt Disney and his wife Lillian built this 4 bedroom, 5 bath home in 1932 and lived here until 1950. The historic Los Feliz residence is sited on a lovely double lot–over one acre in total. A gated, private driveway leads to the stunning 6,388 square foot French Normandy home.