Joe Sing C E – Peterson Residence 1964, first offering, well crafted and maintained custom built residence.
From Echo Park to Venice and beyond, under-utilized lots are being transformed under LA’s Small Lot Ordinance into communities of single family residences. The Small-Lot Ordinance, adopted in 2005, changed the Municipal Code to allow for zoning of multiple single family residences on parcels of land traditionally used for apartment and condominium construction. The benefit … Continued
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
I am very excited to announce my newest listing: a stunning 1963 Silver Lake modernist compound! All the highly desirable elements of modern living are here in this mid-century post & beam: open floor plan perfect for entertaining, an abundance of light from walls of windows, and giant sliding glass doors that open to a private pool to create the ultimate indoor/outdoor living experience.
The How House, built by R.M. Schindler for James Eads How in 1925, received lots of buzz when it first hit the market in September of 2008. The home was originally listed for $4.995 and underwent a number of price reductions. Now it is back on the market for an even further reduced price. The … Continued
My first stop on this year’s MAK Center Architecture tour of Silver Lake and Los Feliz modernism was Schindler’s McAlmon House up in the Silver Lake hills. This residential unit is actually in two parts and the one we got to see was in the back. The house showcases Schindler’s “space architecture” technique with differing … Continued
I saw this charming Silver Lake home today during the brokers’ open. The 1,514 square foot traditional home was built in 1924 and is sited on a private, manicured yard with mature trees, a flagstone walkway, and a wonderful wraparound deck with views of the mountains, the Hollywood Sign, and the Griffith Park Observatory.
Finding an untouched and unspoiled mid-century post and beam in Silver Lake for under $1 million is no easy task, but good news! Here is a great one just listed on super cool Hidalgo Avenue. This wood and glass architectural time capsule is on the market for the first time in over 50 years.
Modern living at Auburn 7 in Silver Lake.
Tree-top and sweeping canyon views abound in this 1951 mid-century home. Tucked into a lushly green hillside on the eastern side of Silver Lake, the property overlooks the Corralitas Red Car Property. The historic Red Car property was home to the Pacific Electric Interurban Streetcar, which connected downtown Los Angeles to Glendale and Burbank and ceased running in 1955. Now the area is a park-like setting boasting native plants and grasses.