Silver Lake Victorian circa 1900 loaded with charm and character. Enter through a hedged front gate into the grassy front yard and you will immediately feel at home.
This new listing in Sierra Madre is a trip back in time–even farther than we usually go here on Take Sunset! The Pinney House (1887-88) was built by Samuel and Joseph Cather Newsom, architects of many prestigious buildings during the 19th century.
Los Angeles is my favorite place for architecture. We have the most spectacular examples of design all around us. But it’s interesting to check out homes elsewhere too and see residences that are totally different than what we have, like this stunning early Victorian in Nottingham, located on a private, gated estate below Nottingham Castle.
The Los Angeles Conservancy along with Out of the Box Events is hosting their second annual Haunts of Angelino Heights on October 23 and 24th from 4 pm to 6:30 pm. This event explores the “spirits, secrets and legends” of one of the oldest neighborhoods in LA. Armed with only a flashlight, map, and list of clues to solve, teams will walk around the neighborhood collecting answers to the scavenger hunt before time is up.
This unique Atwater Village renovation offers a Victorian exterior with remodeled modern interior. Built in 1925, this home features a generous open floor plan with a cook’s kitchen that opens to the dining area, a living room/media room that leads out to a sitting porch, a nice-sized yard, and a separate office that was a garage conversion.