Presenting my newest listing: A charm-filled 1924 Tudor located in the heart of Atwater Village. This two-bedroom, two-bath home is bursting with character and all the bonus spaces you have been looking for.
Stylish Atwater Village compound with two homes on a lot both delivered fully vacant.
Charm and character are overflowing from this lovely Atwater Village Spanish compound circa 1926.
A modern take on a classic Atwater Village Tudor, this elegant home is a brilliant blend of original character and contemporary amenities.
Modern living at the Mews. Featuring the best of California living, this sleek Dwell-like 3BR/3BA single family home located in popular Atwater Village, incorporates a contemporary aesthetic, incredible light and a great floor plan.
It’s not every day that a house like this in Atwater Village comes on the market, since many homes in the area were built in the 1920s and 30s and are Bungalows or Spanish style. This 1,800 square foot home was built in 1939 and has a mid-century modern feel with vaulted wood beamed ceilings, open floor plan, brick fireplace and more.
Atwater Village Farm just opened last Friday, but it’s been generating buzz since early last summer–thanks in part to owner Piper Goldstein, who’s been known to farm in a gold lamé dress. Goldstein, a former rock tour chef for Beastie Boys and The Black Eyed Peas, transformed her own Atwater Village backyard into a farm while recovering from a major shoulder injury. What started out as a personal transformation, ultimately grew into a community project and business…
This Spanish craftsman in Atwater Village was built in 1924 and maintains many period details, like coved ceilings, hardwood floors, and a wood-burning, stone fireplace in the living room. It has been updated to include new copper pipes, upgraded electrical panel and breakers, a newer hot water heater and new subway tile in the bath.
Built in Atwater Village in 1928, this home is one of of a handful of “fantasy bungalows” built along Brunswick in the 1920s. The homes have exotic designs with brightly colored turrets, cupolas and arched entryways–influenced by Hollywood’s silent film sets of the time. Early developers often built these fantasy bungalows in rows of lots, like 3636 Brunswick, which is one of three similar homes. According to the Los Angeles Conservancy, this home is part of “the most architecturally distinct parts of Atwater, and Los Angeles, overall.”
The Mizuno Studio/Residence, built in 1964 with later additions, is an extremely unique listing for Atwater Village. Owned by Japanese-born, Los Angeles-based ceramic artist Mineo Mizuno, the 3,886 square foot property combines art, architecture, and landscape into one live/work environment.