The Heart House, designated a Historical Cultural Monument by the City of Los Angeles was constructed in 1910 and designed by Architects John & Donald Parkinson. This stunning early 20th century craftsman style home is tucked behind a wooden gate, surrounded by mature coniferous and palm trees just a moments drive to Larchmont Village and Silver Lake. This home is also convenient to studios, Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles and boasts views of the Hollywood Sign.
Nestled in the heart of this private gated enclave in the heart of Hollywood sits this 1902 traditional craftsman home. Sited on a flat lushly green half acre this home boasts an open and large living room with wood burning fireplace and beautiful wood floors throughout. Rarely do homes of this caliber and grace become available in this exclusive neighborhood!
In Highland Park, this charming craftsman, built in 1900, sits in a Historic Preservation Overlay zone in an area called “Professor’s Row.” Making careful remodeling decisions to not alter the interior so that it remained consistent with the exterior, this home has been expertly remodeled from the studs up retaining the original architectural details. Situated on a 7,365 square foot lot surrounded by a low hand-built rock barrier, wrought iron fence and drought resistant plants, this home offers plenty of entertaining areas surrounding the pool and easy indoor/ outdoor flow.
Built in 1905, the Cummings Estate is Los Feliz’s oldest estate, not to mention the cornerstone to the prestigious gated community of Laughlin Park, a highly sought-after neighborhood for those seeking privacy and security while still remaining close to cafes, shopping and the Los Angeles nightlife. Cummings Estate hasn’t been on the market in 50 years.
This Arts and Crafts Bungalow was built by award winning architect Peter Tolken in 1912.
This sprawling estate was built in 1913 and is the largest craftsman home in the Unites States. The 13,250 square foot home, known as Artemesia, is situated on nearly 2 acres of wooded grounds in the highly desirable, gated community of the Los Feliz Oaks.
This new listing in Mt. Washington, known as Treehaven, was built between 1908-1924 and is listed as L.A. Historic-Cultural Monument #392.
Built in 1905, this spacious craftsman residence is located in Historic Garvanza, a subdistrict of Highland Park. The 2,576 square foot home was recently registered as a Historical Landmark and is part of the Mills Act tax program for yearly tax savings.
This Spanish craftsman in Atwater Village was built in 1924 and maintains many period details, like coved ceilings, hardwood floors, and a wood-burning, stone fireplace in the living room. It has been updated to include new copper pipes, upgraded electrical panel and breakers, a newer hot water heater and new subway tile in the bath.
The Los Angeles Conservancy presents another in its popular home tour series “At Home with History” on Sunday, November 6th from 10am to 4pm. Visitors will get the opportunity to explore the historic neighborhoods of Los Angeles, known as Historic Preservation Overlay Zones, or HPOZs. They’ll be able to speak with residents about their experience living in HPOZs, and see firsthand how owners create personal and livable homes, while preserving historic integrity.