Offered for the first time, this stunning architectural compound, comprising of three parcels on an almost 12,000 square-foot canyon lot. Completed in 1978 by architect Barry Gittelson, this stunning residence features casement and awning windows to bring the outdoors in.
This vibrant and fun California bungalow offers everything you’ve been looking for in a Silver Lake home.
Views and privacy abound in this charming 1927 Highland Park Spanish Bungalow. Additionally, this home’s new resident will own a piece of history. Its garage is among the most notable in the world, thanks to the famous podcast, WTF with Marc Maron, recorded on this spot for years.
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.
Hidden behind mature hedges is this stunning Eagle Rock Craftsman bungalow from ModOp Design. Gorgeously renovated with extreme care and attention to detail this is the NELA home you have been waiting for.
With sweeping views, a detached guest house and a pool, this magical Silver Lake bungalow is a rare find.
This newly restored 1912 California Bungalow is located in Historic Preservation Overlay Zone protected Mt. Angelus. Designed for the buyer who believes in authentic restorations! This humble home was taken down to the original old-growth wood studs and painstakingly rebuilt with support from the Garvanza Historic Preservation Committee. The exterior color palette, eaves, windows, fences, … Continued
Located in the Adams Hill neighborhood of Glendale, this 1927 cottage bungalow boasts inspiring hillside views, 1960s era updates, and a recent design transformation. The living room has cathedral style beam ceilings, stone fireplace, and original French casement windows. The step down ‘library’ offers floor to ceiling mid-century style built-ins and a ‘wall of glass’ style … Continued
The Marks House was designed by architect R.M. Schindler and built in 1953. Schindler restyled the exterior and living area of this three-story bungalow, and the work was carried out according to his design by Mr. and Mrs. Marks after Schindler’s death. The home has been unaltered since. This home, studio, and workshop is located … Continued