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.
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.
For buyers looking for a fantastic income property, this is the listing for you! Located in Los Feliz, just two blocks from Hillhurst Avenue’s shops and restaurants, this special property offers three separate bungalow homes on one lot. All three have been extensively renovated with high-end finishes and fixtures.
Built in 1923, this spacious, Spanish residence offers privacy and serenity. The 3,041 square-foot sanctuary is walled and gated and located in prime Los Feliz.
This brand-new listing is a stunner. Built in 1955, the residence maintains the effortless functionality of classic mid-century architecture.
Newly listed in Los Feliz, 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.
On the market for the very first time, the vintage post and beam in Los Feliz that 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.
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.
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 … Continued