This large mid-century modern home has been lovingly preserved since it was built in 1953. It features a gorgeous tranquil pool, lushly landscaped grounds, and Canyon/Green Belt views. Set within the Modernist enclave of Wonderland Park in the Hollywood Hills, this home is secluded by the lush natural greenery.Unique for the time period, this home is spacious at 2,667 square feet on an amazing 11,270 square foot lot…
On the market for the first time since 1950, The Foster House by renowned architect John Lautner. Located amongst a quiet enclave in the heart of Sherman Oaks, this meticulously maintained masterpiece is a culmination of world-class design and detail.
Yet another extraordinary Better Shelter flip! This duplex on the York Boulevard strip provides an owners unit with two bedrooms and two baths, plus a studio rental. The property is zoned LAC4, which gives you plenty of flexibility. The home has been completely remodeled and is turn key ready with dual flush toilets, low water landscaping, tank-less water heaters, and updated systems throughout both units.
I saw this woodsy bungalow located on one of Echo Park’s best streets yesterday during the brokers’ open. It’s a great house with lots of potential, and it stand out because there’s very little available in Echo Park at this price range. The 1,374 square foot home was built in 1948 and has been carefully updated over a number of years. It sits on a gated, park-like lot and features…
I saw this new listing in Silver Lake yesterday during the broker’s open, and I was impressed. Built in 1955, this traditional home was recently renovated and is move-in ready. It would be a great home for a small family since it’s within Ivanhoe School District.
If you’ve walked down Silver Lake Boulevard near LAMILL since October you’ve undoubtedly seen “Light Frames”, an outdoor installation by Los Angeles architect Gail Peter Borden at Materials & Applications.
The Laura & Edward Killingsworth Residence, 1961. The famed architect Edward Killingsworth’s personal residence just came on the market for the first time ever.
This serene mid-century modern, post and beam home is set high above the street in the Verdugo Woodlands section of Glendale. Built in 1955 by John Smith, AIA, the 1,796 square foot residence offers a great room with walls of glass to enjoy views of the lush wooded yard.
This beautifully remodeled 1920s California bungalow in Highland Park designed by Native Homes LA just hit the market. It’s located one block south of the transforming York Boulevard Strip, adjacent to Eagle Rock, and close to shopping centers and freeways. Renovations include a new roof, new electrical, new plumbing, and a fully remodeled kitchen and bathrooms.
This bright and cheerful traditional home in the Franklin Hills section of Los Feliz was built in 1939 and features fantastic original period details, including wood floors, crown moldings, and an authentic fireplace in the spacious living room. The home has been stylishly upgraded as well and features lots of amenities.