Posts Tagged ‘Los Feliz’

1900 North Serrano Avenue in Los Feliz

1900 North Serrano Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027

4 BR/4 BA

Built in 1923, this spacious, Spanish residence offers privacy and serenity–all within a prime Los Feliz locaton.

The 3,041 square-foot sanctuary is walled and gated. Enter the residence through the courtyard, complete with gardens and peaceful fountains.

The arched front door leads through a foyer and into a grand formal living room with stunning arched Palladian windows and a fireplace.

Adjacent to the living room, you will find the airy family room, lined with floor-to-ceiling bookcases.

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2328 Bronson Hill Drive in The Oaks

2328 Bronson Hill Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90068

3 BR/2 BA

This brand-new listing is a stunner. Built in 1955, the residence maintains the effortless functionality of classic mid-century architecture.

The 1,669 square-foot home offers an open floor plan with art walls, cement polished floors, and stunning Fleetwood doors that overlook incredible views.

The updated kitchen is perfect for entertaining and includes some of the built-ins, which are found throughout the home.

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2188 Ponet Drive in Los Feliz

2188 Ponet Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90068

8 BR/10 BA

I saw this incredible new listing in Los Feliz yesterday. It’s the Victor Rossetti Residence, designed by famed architect Paul Williams in 1928. This Mediterranean style residence is an incredible 8,240 square feet and is listed as Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #915.

The lavish estate is a rare example of Paul Williams’ Italianate style and has been superbly restored and lovingly updated. The residence offers a long private driveway, stunning city views, voluminous rooms, plentiful bedrooms, and three separate offices/guesthouses.

The large motor court leads to the main floor with grand reception rooms, including living room, den/library, dining room, breakfast, and kitchen.

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2052 Mayview Drive in Los Feliz

2052 Mayview Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90027

3 BR/3BA

On the market for the very first time, this vintage post and beam in Los Feliz was the personal residence of Dick E. Lowry, AIA. Completed in 1973, Lowry created the home for himself and his family, combining an artful sense of space and proportion fused with practical elements for everyday life. Lowry also designed several other notable works in the area and made a significant contribution to the architectural and historical context of the neighborhood.

Along with incredible post and beam ceilings, glass surrounding the kitchen, dining and living rooms, which open to a wide rear deck that is ideal for entertaining.

The property enjoys a prime Franklin Hills location with sweeping views of Silver Lake and the San Gabriel Mountains.

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4543 Avocado Street in Los Feliz

4543 Avocado St
Los Angeles, CA 90027

3BR/2BA + detached studio

Very excited about my newest listing! Step into this charming Craftsman in the heart of Los Feliz Village and you will immediately feel at home.

Blending vintage touches with modern finishes, this 1,371sf move-in ready home features a light-filled living room with fireplace surrounded by built-in seating, a spacious dining room and kitchen that opens to a grassy backyard.

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2008 N Serrano Avenue in Los Feliz

2008 N Serrano Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
4 BD/ 3.5 BA

Mere steps to Griffith Park, this 1920′s Spanish foursquare shines from a thoughtful restoration. Striking from the street, the clean lined white stucco facade stands out against a canopy of soft and lush trees, vines and flat green lawn.

This signature two story home, encompasses over 3,200 square feet of formal living space. The open and airy formal living room boasts a wood burning fireplace, flanked by matching glass paneled french doors.

Adjacent to the living room is the cozy den. A wall of stunning Italian style palladium windows opens directly to the outdoor dining area and gleaming pool. Read more…

3431 Lambeth Street in Los Feliz

3431 Lambeth Street
Los Angeles, CA 90027
3 BD/ 4 BA

Situated north of Los Feliz Boulevard, this exquisite Spanish residence offers historic architectural details throughout with a seamless blend of current amenities.  Separated from the street by a lush green lawn, square pavers with colorful tile inlay lead to the dramatic entryway.

Designed and executed by Emily Henderson in 2013, the generous living room features a prominent cross-beam ceiling detail, decorative fireplace and large picture window.

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4549 Avocado Street in Los Feliz

4549 Avocado St
Los Angeles, CA 90027

3BR/2BA, 1,807sf

I am very excited about my newest listing! Live in the heart of Los Feliz village in this designer done 1933 home. Set behind a walled and gated entrance with lush landscaping, this move-in ready 3BR/2BA is the home you’ve been waiting for.

An arched entryway leads into a spacious living room with fireplace, built-in bookshelves, cabinets, and incredible period detail with a modern touch.

The L-shaped home opens onto a spacious patio and yard.

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1852 Deloz Avenue in Los Feliz

1852 Deloz Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027
2 BD/ 2 BA

Majestically situated on a tiered lot in the coveted Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Feliz, this Spanish Revival home has been restored from the ground up by Kenihan Development.  Originally built in 1928, the largely white stucco facade is accented by colorful and patterned Spanish style tile, wrought iron and arched windows.

A large front patio is finished in Saltillo tile, the ideal place to dine and entertain.

The main living area features a cathedral ceiling and tall windows allowing an abundance of natural light. Read more…

4600 Gainsborough Avenue in Los Feliz

4600 Gainsborough Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027
4 BD/ 3.5 BA

Built in 1933 by renowned architect Jock Peters for Academy Award winner Alfred Gilks, this beautiful Los Feliz oasis is on the market for the first time in over 60 years. I love seeing houses like this come on the market.

Known for his interior design of the historic Bullocks Wilshire and credited alongside contemporary European architects, Richard Neutra and R. M. Schindler, Peters fuses principals of modernism with flowing elements of art deco design in this residence.

Throughout the home there are beautiful built-in bureaus and cabinets designed by the architect.

The formal dining room is located adjacent to the expansive main level patio area. Read more…