On one of the Silver Lake’s most coveted streets is this lovely 1954 mid-century home. Surrounded by mature trees with stunning Reservoir views, this warm and inviting two-story home is on the market for the first time in over 20 years and is now ready for its next owner.
New from esteemed designers bettershelter and ModOp Design is this stunning Spanish makeover Hancock Park in the heart of Hollywood. Combining forces, these longtime friends transformed what was once a modest Spanish bungalow into a luxury compound.
Live in the heart of Silver Lake in this stunning contemporary Spanish. Remodeled with great care and attention to detail, this stylish 4BR/3BA home has a wonderful open floor plan and is flooded with gorgeous light throughout the day.
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.
Architectural loft at West Hollywood’s Laurel Court. Reimagined by the current owner, this vibrant and thoughtfully laid out unit is unlike any other in the complex.
Perched in the hills of Beachwood Canyon, this immaculate 50s mid-century treehouse is full of light and vintage detailing.
Striking tri-level architectural townhome in the heart of the Sunset Strip. This reimagined one-of-a-kind unit features an open floor plan on the first floor with a spacious living and dining room that seamlessly connects to a high-end Poliform kitchen.
New to the market, this stunning mid-century modern home in the Los Feliz Oaks. You will feel miles away from the hustle of city living perched in the hills and at the end of a private cul-de-sac. The exposed interior masonry walls, wood beamed ceilings, and large wood burning brick fireplace invokes a 1950s Hollywood … Continued
Live in the heart of Silver Lake in this stunning Craftsman circa 1912. Located in a quiet pocket north of Sunset Junction, you will feel right at home in this 3BR/2BA full of old world charm and warmth.
Now on the market for the first time in a generation: The Walker Residence, designed by R.M. Schindler, circa 1935-1936. Schindler’s multi-level design utilizes interlocking planes and volumes that create a sequence of spaces devoted to specific activities, as well as expansive windows, mirrors, and planters to blur the distinction between interior and exterior. Built-in … Continued