This 1936 Spanish Deco is privately located on a cul-de-sac north of Hill Drive in Eagle Rock. There are numerous original details throughout, including a stained glass picture window with center shield, ziggurat archways, sunburst design wood burning fireplace, and peg and groove hardwood floors. In 1991, noted Architect James Delong remodeled the kitchen with … Continued
This rare Buff and Hensman (1965) is located in the hills of Eagle Rock and features stunning floor-to-ceiling windows to enjoy the 180-degree views from every room. The middle-level living room offers an original, wood faced floor to ceiling fireplace, as well. The main kitchen has quartz countertops, custom cabinets, and a center island. Highlighting this … Continued
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Set back from the curb with an expanse of lush lawn this Spanish home is situated north of Hill in the most beautiful part of Eagle Rock. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac this beautiful two story boasts amazing original details throughout.
Situated on a charming Eagle Rock cul-de-sac, this picture perfect 1927 Spanish Revival features stunning canyon views and hard to find interior details. Perched on a sloping lot, the tiered entry steps are home to succulents and lush vegetation.
A lovely garden extends from the street all the way to the covered front porch outside this charming California bungalow. Designed and built in 1936, this home is sited on a gentle knoll in the Eagle Rock neighborhood just south of Colorado Boulevard.
I just listed this great home in Eagle Rock. One step inside this tastefully updated 1920s Spanish home will have you breathing a sigh of relief as you marvel at the well-maintained vintage details: original floors and windows, Batchelder fireplace tile work, textured wallpaper, built-in desk and shelving.
Located down a secluded winding road in prime Eagle Rock, this mid-century post and beam showcases spectacular mountain views from every room. Built by USC architect Walter Kozoil in 1955, this once in a lifetime home boasts incredible light and epitomizes mid-century architecture.
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
Built in 1940, this modern English home is located on the Eagle Rock side of the San Rafael Hills. The 1,940 square foot residence features classic details throughout, including original magnasite floors, curved staircase, and vaulted and beamed ceilings.