Built in 1907, by Gordon Ray Young, a novelist and LA Times literary critic, this estate is situated on nearly 2/3 an acre, sitting proudly at the top of Echo Park with sweeping city and mountain views. This unique compound is comprised of a Craftsman main house which includes three bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as a one bedroom, one bathroom guest house, built in 1926.
Built in 1921 and located on a wide street in Echo Park’s Angelino Heights neighborhood, this renovated Art + Crafts home stands out from the rest. In a predominantly historic home haven, this charming residence is newly painted and landscaped. Featuring a concrete driveway with brick paver accents, the lush green lawn is open and inviting.
New to market today is this stylishly modern California bungalow which has been reinvented by renowned Los Angeles architect, Barbara Bestor. Striking in a rich navy blue with crisp white details, this 2 bedroom, one bathroom home sits a top a sloping hillside in trendy Echo Park, just two blocks to Sunset Boulevard and very nearby the newly renovated Echo Park lake.
Built in 1948 and new to market for the first time in 65 years is this 3 bedroom, 2 bath Mid-century marvel. A classic John Lautner design with a glass wall looking out over a one of the most sought after hillsides in Echo Park, this home is a private retreat and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of history in a serene and spectacular setting!
Built in 1929, this Echo Park compound features a main house with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom plus several incomparable live/work spaces on the property. The main unit is set high above Branden Street, behind the converted garage studio space and is awash in bright white stucco, olive green painted windows and terra cotta accents. The home is separated from it’s neighbors with towering palm trees and drought tolerant cypress evergreens, trailing bougainvillea softens the bordering fence lines.
New to market this week is an incredible opportunity to own an owner occupied income property in a highly sought after part of Echo Park. Near to Sunset Boulevard and Echo Park Avenue this home is close to the shops and boutiques that make this area desirable, however it is set back from the street offering secluded and private living.
Tree-top and sweeping canyon views abound in this 1951 mid-century home. Tucked into a lushly green hillside on the eastern side of Silver Lake, the property overlooks the Corralitas Red Car Property. The historic Red Car property was home to the Pacific Electric Interurban Streetcar, which connected downtown Los Angeles to Glendale and Burbank and ceased running in 1955. Now the area is a park-like setting boasting native plants and grasses.
Built in 1950 by esteemed Fred F. Kreipl, Architect, the Buchanan Residence offers views of Elysian Park on one of the best streets in the Echo Park Hills. This Midcentury home is situated on a 9,965 square foot lot with ample outdoor space, including a custom geometric concrete patio and beautiful, generous interior spaces, all with sweeping windows.
I am excited to present my fantastic new listing: a classic Silver Lake bungalow bursting with character and charm! Built in 1923 this home radiates warmth with a gorgeous Batchelder fireplace, original windows, rosewood floors, and lush landscaping including 6ft hedges surrounding this gated property.
This Echo Park bungalow was built in 1907 and completely remodeled and restored in a year-long process by Re-Inhabit. Much of the original structure was used in the restoration, including wood siding from the former broken-down garage, which became the tread of an interior stairway.