Combining hard-to-find 1970s bones with stylish and modern updates, this Silver Lake home is the perfect combination of new and old.
The Miltimore Residence, 1911, now on the market for the first time since 1952. Designed in 1911 for Mrs. Paul Miltimore, this house is considered the most significant surviving residence by architect Irving Gill in Southern California.
Frederick Roehrig, Architect, The Andrew McNally Estate, 1888. No expense was spared for Andrew McNally’s three-story Altadena mansion. The great map maker used his expansive estate as his own personal calling card for those shivering in the Midwest or along the eastern seaboard, beckoning them to the luxe life available only in Southern California.
This incredible mountain retreat is truly like no other. A finely detailed house of rock, glass and impressive wood beams, the home was designed in 1984 by Scott Emsley, AIA who worked with the great organic modernist Ken Kellogg.
Views and privacy abound in this charming 1927 Highland Park Spanish Bungalow. Additionally, this home’s new resident will own a piece of history. Its garage is among the most notable in the world, thanks to the famous podcast, WTF with Marc Maron, recorded on this spot for years.
Stylish and charming 2BR/2BA condo at the historic Hayworth Gardens in West Hollywood. Located just steps from Sunset Blvd, units in this 1920s building are a rare find.
This newly listed Echo Park post-and-beam compound, circa 1963, is set on a double lot, nestled on a quiet canyon cul-de-sac. Interior spaces boast soaring ceilings, 15-foot high brick fireplace, loft/den, custom kitchen, and clerestory windows with verdant views to the trees and sky outside.
New to the market: Classic 1957 mid-century modern Buff & Hensman in peaceful Nichols Canyon. Located on a large street to street lot, this stunning residence is purported to be the very first Buff & Hensman designed home.
Live in the heart of Jefferson Park in this warm and inviting Craftsman bungalow circa 1908.
The spirit of Echo Park resounds in this remarkable offering, a secluded compound on two lots totaling over 26,000 square feet. Its centerpiece is a rustic mid-century bungalow hand-built by Robert A. Johnson, a civil engineer for the City of LA who poured his heart and soul into this labor of love.