Originally built in 1951, this Los Feliz home has been beautifully renovated. It’s located on a quiet cul-de-sac, with direct access to Griffith Park’s hiking trails. The 2,700 square foot residence has an open floor plan, hardwood floors throughout, and 15-foot ceilings overlooking Griffith Park and the gorgeous outdoor space, including the new pool & spa, waterfall, fire feature, and outdoor kitchen.
This newly listed Southern Colonial garden estate in Hancock Park was built in 1929 by architect Roland Coate. The incredible grounds were designed by renowned landscape architect and community developer, A.E. Hanson.
I’m excited to report a brand new listing in Gregory Ain’s Avenel Homes. Architect Michael Folonis has redone this unit and according to the listing, Folonis was “not seeking to put his stamp on the design, but rather to reflect Ain’s philosophy with contemporary cabinetry and surfaces in keeping with the international style.”
I just saw the Edgecliffe Terrace Homes at the agent’s open house today and I was really impressed! Similar to the Lofts on Rowena that I posted about last month, these are four, brand-new, single family homes. The location is ideal–in prime Silver Lake and within walking distance of Sunset Junction.
Arroyo stones and lush gardens lead up to this incredibly unique Mount Washington home. The first home on this property is a 864 square foot 2 bedroom, 1 bath main house. There is also a sauna house with a kitchenette and sleeping area with an additional 260 square feet. The property includes a workshop with utilities that’s an additional 350 square feet. Each structure features panoramic views and exquisite wood detailing by Leonidas Ossetynski in the Zakopane mountain style of his native Poland. There are 2 lots, which are nearly 1/2 an acre and run street to street. On the second lot there is a Spanish style guesthouse, which is 350 square feet with Saltillo Tiles.
Built in 1941 and newly remodeled, this charming 2-story French Country home features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and an office.
Situated on nearly one third acre lot, on exclusive Tigertail Road, this custom remodeled mid-century modern residence enjoys jetliner views, and is an exceptional example of Brentwood’s famed Crestwood Hills Architecture.
Located on a flat, tree-lined street, just south of Sunset Boulevard in the bustling West Hollywood neighborhood, this historic 1920’s home has been restored and renovated. Behind, tall lush privacy hedges this spaulding square home sits on a large oversize corner lot which encompasses generous side gardens. Here the two bedroom main house is connected to the guest house by a manicured lawn and pool.
Striking North Hollywood modern set on a lush corner lot. Built in 1954, this stylish mid-century ranch combines character details and modern design. This urban oasis is a rare gem!
Luxe De Ville has been a favorite boutique of Echo Park locals and those outside the neighborhood since it opened in 1996.