5523 Tuxedo Terrace Los Angeles, 90068 $1,799,000 3BR, 3.5 BA Here’s a house that does a nice job of reinterpreting 1960s modern. Anyone who loves exposed wood beams will love this house. Located up in the Los Feliz hills, you can watch the sun set from the beautiful backyard pool and fire pit. I love … Continued
Majestically situated on a tiered lot in the coveted Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Feliz, this Spanish Revival home has been restored from the ground up by Kenihan Development. Originally built in 1928, the largely white stucco facade is accented by colorful and patterned Spanish style tile, wrought iron and arched windows.
Today, I finally headed into A Runner’s Circle in Los Feliz, and I am so glad I did. It’s hands-down the best running shoe store I’ve ever experienced. It’s not huge inside, but they have a good selection of running gear, a lot of which was on sale. I was immediately greeted by Joe, the owner, who was super friendly…
Los Feliz designer-done Spanish circa 1933. Lush mature landscaping and a hedged gate greet you as you enter into the gorgeous courtyard of this stylish home.
I have long been a fan of SIMO Design. Their work around Los Feliz, Silver Lake and the Hollywood Hills stands out for their attention to detail, high end finishes, smart floor plans, and overall high quality. So I am excited to be able to give my readers a sneak peek at some upcoming listings … Continued
North of Franklin Avenue in the highly sought after winding Oak streets this 1949 built, 2 bedroom, 1.75 bathroom offers a private and serene oasis with a sleek exterior, refined landscaping and tons of natural light.
A few years ago I showed a house a 4213 Cromwell and I remember thinking how amazing the house next door looked. And now here it is! This 1939 traditional has been totally remodeled and re-designed by published architect Michael Johnston AIA.
This remarkable Spanish style home, sited on a terraced lot of nearly 1.5 acres was one of the first homes built in the hills above Los Feliz. Walled and gated, this residence features several areas for relaxation, including multiple patios, a lagoon pool with water features, city views and incomparable gardens.
One of the most recognizable of Frank Lloyd Wright’s many famous homes, the Ennis House just had a dramatic price drop in the Ennis House Foundation’s quest to find a new owner. Warning! This house is not for everyone. Personally, I love looking at photos of the Ennis House but could never imagine living there. … Continued
Located north of Los Feliz Boulevard on the edge of Griffith Park, this 1950 built home has been painstakingly restored and updated from top to bottom by Michael Pinto Design, Principal at Osborn. Features of this complete restoration include newer electrical, insulation and roof. Midcentury meets modern in this residence boasting a curved glass block dining area and gorgeous open spaces accented by walnut cabinets, vaulted ceilings and wide-plank white oak flooring throughout.