This stately 1924 Tudor, situated on a coveted street in Altadena, unveils itself via the dramatic metal roof and a masterful juxtaposition of modern and traditional. The residence underwent a major transformation by lauded interior design firm House of Honey, resulting in a laid-back California vibe that respects the home’s character with ease. The living … Continued
New to the market, this stunning Spanish Colonial Revival, originally designed by William H. Norwood in 1926. The 5-bedroom, 4-bath residence underwent a major transformation by GIBBS Architects and A 1000 X BETTER. The re-imagined living room features hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplace, and a drawing room with exposed beamed ceilings. Original windows bathe the home … Continued
Live the good life in a restored Craftsman in the heart of Pasadena’s coveted Bungalow Heaven. This 1914 “Airplane Bungalow” has all of today’s amenities including a luscious backyard with a modern pool & spa that will be the envy of all your neighbors and friends.
I am super excited to present my newest listing! An enchanting Silver Lake mid-century circa 1948.
The Smoke-Lyster Residence, built by architect J. Herbert Brownell in 1974. A stunning example of organic modernism. Brownell’s expertise in siting, honesty of materials, and mastery of space is evident. Robust and efficient systems complement the original details. The pebble seeded concrete floors blur distinction between indoors and out. Imperial plaster and unadorned concrete block form an … Continued
Built in 1928, this Spanish Revival has it all: authentic character, picturesque views, sprawling flat grassy lawns, and a sparkling pool. The 4,000 square-foot home is tastefully adorned with arches, peg & groove hardwood floors, carved wooden doors, Saltillo pavers, beamed ceilings, gently curved ironwork, and more. The dramatic living room features an impressive towering … Continued
This stunning mid-century post and beam home was built in 1952 by notable architect Richard E. Nevara, A.I.A. The 2,192 square-foot residence is perched on an expansive lot offering plenty of privacy and seclusion. Transition from interior to exterior through the expansive glass doors. The 4-bedroom, 3-bath home features exposed beams, warm wood, and natural stone … Continued
New to the market, this 1920’s Los Feliz residence marries the best of its era’s character with a modern sensibility.
This 1936 Spanish Deco is privately located on a cul-de-sac north of Hill Drive in Eagle Rock. There are numerous original details throughout, including a stained glass picture window with center shield, ziggurat archways, sunburst design wood burning fireplace, and peg and groove hardwood floors. In 1991, noted Architect James Delong remodeled the kitchen with … Continued
New to the market, this mid-century home built in 1950. The four bedroom, four bath is an entertainer’s paradise. Sited on a huge, 15,600 square foot corner lot and hidden behind palms and succulents. The single level home has been reimagined for today’s comforts, but many period details remain, including ripple glass, built-in shelving, curved … Continued