Live in the heart of vibrant Echo Park in this designer-done traditional home circa 1938. Many original details can be found throughout while smart and modern updates have helped breath new life into this charming home re-imagined by local designer Kathryn McCullough.
The Hanson Residence, 1924, architect Jean-Louis Egasse. Built during the same period as the Egasse-Braasch House, this is an optimal example of the whimsical, architectural Storybook at the peak of the 1920’s period.
Located just steps to Sunset Junction, this spacious and modern 2-level condo boasts lush green views of Bellevue Park and the Silver Lake hills.
Silver Lake country English charmer in the heart of the neighborhood. This large 2,100sf+ single-level home has all the space you need.
Combining hard-to-find 1970s bones with stylish and modern updates, this Silver Lake home is the perfect combination of new and old.
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.
The best view in Silver Lake? That’s up for debate, but this home would be a top contender. With stunning reservoir, mountain and city views from every room in the house it doesn’t get much better than this.
Set up from the street with lovely treetop views, this stylish Silver Lake Spanish home is full of charm and character.
Set up from the street with views and privacy, this stylish and move-in ready Silver Lake bungalow circa 1919 checks all the boxes.
A sleek and charming Silver Lake mid-century bungalow circa 1952. Remodeled with an eye for today’s needs while maintaining the original 50s character, this 1-bedroom, 1-bath home sits high above Bellevue Park near Sunset Junction.