The Heart House, 1910. Historical Cultural Monument No. 684. This historic craftsman was built by architects John and Donald Parkinson, designers of City Hall, Grand Central Market, and more.
Celebrating its Centennial, this shingled Colonial Revival has been carefully restored and modernized, while retaining the soul and character of Hancock Park’s past.
Set back from the street and tucked away behind an array of agaves, cacti, and more than 50-year-old Redwood trees sits this completely private mid-century jewel.
This incredible new listing in Hancock Park was originally built in 1954, and has undergone an impeccable restoration inspired by the wineries of Napa Valley.
The Heart House, designated a Historical Cultural Monument by the City of Los Angeles was constructed in 1910 and designed by Architects John & Donald Parkinson. This stunning early 20th century craftsman style home is tucked behind a wooden gate, surrounded by mature coniferous and palm trees just a moments drive to Larchmont Village and Silver Lake. This home is also convenient to studios, Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles and boasts views of the Hollywood Sign.
This uniquely crafted home, set in the desirable neighborhood of Larchmont Village, is perfect for lovers of Old Hollywood history–or lovers of cedar. The 1,896 square foot home is constructed primarily of cedar both inside and out and was originally designed by and built for Adriana Caselotti and her husband Dr. J. Dana Costigan in 1976. Adriana is best known for her role as the voice of Snow White in the 1937 Walt Disney classic, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Built in 1929 this Mediterranean estate in Hancock Park features grand stairway entrance with hand painted ceilings, stained glass windows, and many more embellished details throughout. The 6,082 square foot home offers large scale rooms and grand gallery walls–a collector’s dream.
This charming Bungalow was built in 1918 and has been beautifully updated with many original details intact. It’s located in a great Larchmont Village location. The residence features an open living area, formal dining room, updated kitchen, cozy den, and hardwood floors throughout.
The Windsor Square – Hancock Park Historical Society has announced their 32nd annual home tour for 2009: “On Par With June Street, On And Off The Green.” The tour is set for this Sunday, October 11th from noon to 5:00pm. The tour will feature lovely homes on June Street located both on and off the … Continued