Modernist hillside duplex above Silver Lake’s Sunset Junction. Designed by architect Edward Richard Lind (a protege of R. M. Schindler), this was Lind’s own lifelong family home and he perfectly sited it to capture the stunning views in every direction.
Two homes on a lot in super hot Highland Park with fantastic rental income. Brimming with original 1920s charm this duplex is a great investment opportunity.
This charming Spanish duplex, 1936, is located in a prime Echo Park/Elysian Heights location. The property includes two detached units, both offering complete privacy with separate outdoor spaces and abundant storage. Both units are delivered vacant, offering a great live-rent option for the right buyer.
Designed by Architect Walter Sydney Orme, this 1937 built residence calls upon the en vogue architectural details of the late 30’s, streamlined moderne and art deco. As evidenced in the aerodynamic exterior curves and long horizontal lines and grooves on the outside of the structure to the black trim, tray ceilings, glass brick and porthole windows in the front and rear doors.
Check out my new listing: a post and beam duplex built by architect Allyn Morris in 1964 in a great Silver Lake location! This is a really cool property on one of Silver Lake’s most architecturally diverse streets.
This mid-century modern duplex in the Silver Lake Hills features Reservoir views. The property was built in 1964 and is on Earl Street, where many other architectural homes are located, including a number of Neutra homes.
Richard Neutra’s Koblick House was built in 1937 for art professor Harry Koblick. I saw the three-story duplex, located in the hills above Silver Lake, when it first came on the market last month. It came on with an accepted offer, but now it’s back. The 1,620 square foot architectural is in great condition–pretty close to original–and there are two vacant lots on either side.
The newest offering from ModOp Design presents a top to bottom remodeled craftsman in the heart of Echo Park, close to the restaurants and shops of Sunset Junction and to the Silver Lake Reservoir. The beautifully restored 1,300 square foot main house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, a private deck, and yard. The property is a legal duplex and includes a separate studio apartment with 400 square feet of space above the finished garage. The apartment includes its own fenced-in yard (with a wet bar!) and downtown view. You can rent this space for income or use it as a guesthouse or home office. Plus, check out Take Sunset’s interview with Greg Steinberg of ModOp Design!
This charming Spanish duplex was built in 1923 and is located in a great part of Silver Lake. It features an elevated living room with views of the Hollywood Hills and beyond. The property offers two units–ideal for a live/rent opportunity. The first unit has 2 bedrooms and 1 1/2 baths, and the second unit has 1 bedroom and 1 bath.
Income properties can be a great opportunity to live in a good location and save money on your mortgage. This new duplex in the Franklin Hills section of Los Feliz features a main house with a new designer kitchen, private courtyard, fireplace and balcony.