Romantic 1920s Spanish in a great Silver Lake neighborhood. Set behind lush verdant landscaping this home is full of highly sought-after original character and period details.
Stunning Silver Lake traditional circa 1940 full of character, warmth and style. With views, great outdoor spaces, and easy walkability in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in town, this move-in ready 2BR/2BA is the Silver Lake home you have been waiting for.
Mid-Century Modern in Mt. Washington with major views and LAND. Rarely does a home with this much usable FLAT land become available anywhere on the east side.
At the top of Silver Lake in the coveted Moreno Highlands area sits this magical 1940s mid-century. This warm and inviting 3BR/2BA home is overflowing with character and features a large living room with high beamed ceiling and fireplace, a cozy den, and dining area all with incredible westward-facing views.
Located just minutes from the hiking trails in Moon Canyon Park in the heart of Mount Washington, this expansive Eastside property feels like a private compound with resort-style amenities and spectacular views. Deeply set back from winding San Rafael Avenue behind a cluster of trees and lush plantings, the single-level residence is surrounded by newly manicured drought tolerant landscaping and a beautiful long brick paved driveway.
Live the good life in the hills of Glassell Park in this architecturally redone 1933 home. This 2-story California bungalow features an open floor plan with loft-like living upstairs and two bedrooms each with their own bathroom downstairs.
The very best of Silver Lake living is all right here in this character Spanish circa 1926. Move right in to this lovely 3BR/2BA home with original details and thoughtful updates on a great stretch of Lake View Avenue in the heart of one of the best neighborhoods in LA.
Situated on a charming Eagle Rock cul-de-sac, this picture perfect 1927 Spanish Revival features stunning canyon views and hard to find interior details. Perched on a sloping lot, the tiered entry steps are home to succulents and lush vegetation.
Built in 2006 by Barbara Bestor, AIA, this stunning home offers sweeping views, privacy and dramatic living spaces. Well poised in the Silver Lake hills above the reservoir, the home features over 7,256 square feet of engaging materials and design.
Over looking the Angeles National Forest in La Cresenta on a sprawling six acre lot are two new to market architectural homes. The first home, the Dorothy Serulnic Residence was designed and built in 1953 by Richard Neutra. The Pittman and Dowell residence, designed and built in 2009 by Michael Maltzman sits at a lower point on the sprawling lot and is a complimentary structure. Bridging the two is The Pavilion, a California Native and Cactus garden.