Built in 1939, the extraordinary Zappa Estate was once home to music legend Frank Zappa and his family. The property includes stunning interior, rooftop tennis court, large swimmers pool, two guest cottages, attached guest apartment, one-of-a-kind mosaic art, and a recording studio. The approximately 8,000-square-foot home is nestled on a quiet drive in the Hollywood … Continued
This stunning Spanish Revival, built in 1927, is located in the Hollywood Hills, overlooking the city lights. The 2,205 square-foot residence is an ultra private retreat in the heart of the city. This timeless home provides a formal dining room with soaring ceilings and arched arcades. The bright and open kitchen also includes a breakfast banquette. You can sip … Continued
New to the market, this Laurel Canyon stunner. Remodeled top to bottom by renowned California architect Barbara Bestor in 2014. This quintessential mid-century home has a gently sloping roof, indigenous landscaping, and an oversized bright yellow front door. The warm elements that are seen on the outside are a only a foreshadowing of what’s to come once you … Continued
New to the market, this stunning mid-century modern “glass house” by Ed Niles AIA.
2015 was a great year! I was able to represent buyers and sellers all across the city from the Valley to Silver Lake, Los Feliz to Northeast L.A.
Is it already almost 2016!? Hard to believe but it is time again for us to decide which was the best home of 2015. This was a great year for architectural listings in Los Angeles and it was hard to narrow the picks to just these 10 homes. I’ve blogged about so many great houses this year, but the following are my favorites.
New to the market, the A. Quincy Jones House & Studio in Hollywood Hills.
Newly listed, the Mary and Lee Blair Residence and Studio, 1939, designed by Harwell Hamilton Harris. This exceptional residence underwent a meticulous multi-year restoration.
Nestled into the Hollywood Hills just north of Mulholland Drive, this oasis is a light, bright and airy retreat. Located nearby the Runyon Canyon hiking trail, this 1940 gem features a main house and a sweet guest cottage on one lot.
I am very excited to announce my newest listing: The Parr-Schoenfeld Residence, c 1954. Designed by architect Lucille Raport, disciple of Richard Neutra, revered for her Post-War feminism in a male dominated field in the 1950s.