New to the market, this 1920’s Los Feliz residence marries the best of its era’s character with a modern sensibility.
Spectacular 1940s traditional in the hills of Los Feliz. With incredible views of the mountains and beyond, this designer-done home is full of warmth and original character while also updated for today’s living.
This striking home embodies the ideal of late Mid-Century modern with lots of glass and the use of redwood inside and out. The U-shape design creates a tranquil oasis, taking full advantage of both city views and the natural surroundings of Griffith Park. The courtyard allows a seamless flow between the indoor and outdoor spaces. … Continued
New to the market, this mid-century home built in 1950. The four bedroom, four bath is an entertainer’s paradise. Sited on a huge, 15,600 square foot corner lot and hidden behind palms and succulents. The single level home has been reimagined for today’s comforts, but many period details remain, including ripple glass, built-in shelving, curved … Continued
First time on the market in over 40 years! This very special Los Feliz Spanish home c. 1929 is a perfect restoration project for creating your dream home.
Check out this Los Feliz stunner: The Victor M. Carter Residence, 1935, by architect Milton J. Black. This gorgeous 4-bedroom, 4-bath home is one of Black’s rare residential works. A porthole window in the front door invites you into the elegance of the first floor formal dining room and the step-down living room with fireplace … Continued
This elegant Georgian Colonial, located in prime Los Feliz, was built in 1935 by legendary California architect Wallace Neff. Sited behind hand wrought gates, this meticulously renovated residence includes large-scale, beautifully designed public rooms. There are hardwood floors throughout and a crafted mahogany library, which opens to the private pool. The formal dining room includes large bay windows. There … Continued
This beautifully updated Franklin Hills home offers breathtaking views and the best of Los Feliz living. The stunning mid-century home has been tastefully remodeled with a nod to its 1940s origins.
New to market is Wallace Neff’s A. L. Schoenborn residence in the Los Feliz hills. Authentically and meticulously restored, this home epitomizes Neff’s early classic Spanish colonial architecture reflecting the heritage of early Southern California.
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.