Live in the heart of Silver Lake in this stunning Craftsman circa 1912. Located in a quiet pocket north of Sunset Junction, you will feel right at home in this 3BR/2BA full of old world charm and warmth.
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.
This 1914 Echo Park Craftsman is perched at the edge of Elysian Heights with sweeping vistas of the San Gabriel Mountains. This perfectly preserved bungalow features wood shingle siding and is nestled under the canopy of native oak trees. Gorgeous, original woodwork abounds. The living room, dining room, bedrooms, and kitchen are all wrapped in … Continued
Live the good life in a restored Craftsman in the heart of Pasadena’s coveted Bungalow Heaven. This 1914 “Airplane Bungalow” has all of today’s amenities including a luscious backyard with a modern pool & spa that will be the envy of all your neighbors and friends.
New to the market, this classic California bungalow and modern art studio by Peter Tolkin, A.I.A.
Altadena is full of beautiful Craftsman homes and this new listing on Morada Place is one of the best I’ve seen in a while. Built in 1912, the Howell House is a historic Craftsman located in a prime area of Altadena.
Step into this charming Craftsman in the heart of Los Feliz Village and you will immediately feel at home. Blending vintage touches with modern finishes, this 1,371sf move-in ready home features a light-filled living room with fireplace surrounded by built-in seating, a spacious dining room and kitchen that opens to a grassy backyard.
A neatly manicured privacy hedge and a charming stone wall separate this gated California bungalow from one of Silver Lake’s quiet cul-de-sac streets. Located just moments from the Silver Lake Reservoir, LA Mill, and many other interesting boutiques and restaurants this classic 1923 home has been remodeled and offers sought after indoor/outdoor living.
Built in 1910, this fully restored craftsman residence is set in the historic Garvanza neighborhood and retains the original vision held by the Architects Robert Train and Robert Williams. Train and Williams designed an array of noted Craftsman residences in the area as well as the 20th-century version of the Angels Flight Railway located in downtown Los Angeles. Tucked behind a privacy gate, this home has been thoughtfully renewed throughout with utmost attention to detail at every turn.
Built in 1907, by Gordon Ray Young, a novelist and LA Times literary critic, this estate is situated on nearly 2/3 an acre, sitting proudly at the top of Echo Park with sweeping city and mountain views. This unique compound is comprised of a Craftsman main house which includes three bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as a one bedroom, one bathroom guest house, built in 1926.