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.
This updated mid-century ranch in Eagle Rock has a lot to offer a potential buyer. Built in 1948, the 1,663 square foot home is conveniently located above Colorado Boulevard in the popular Dahlia Heights Elementary School District.
This newly listed Spanish style home in Eagle Rock was built in 1929 and is located on a secluded, gated 18,000+ square foot lot with sunset views.
This newly listed mid-century modern in Eagle Rock has potential to be really amazing. Although it’s a short sale, I think it will get multiple offers and sell quickly. The residence, built in 1954, maintains many of its original details, like exposed brick walls, wood beamed ceilings, brick fireplaces, hardwood floors and more.
Built in 1963, this spacious 4-bedroom home in Eagle Rock features post and beam construction, floor to ceiling windows, and an original wood burning fireplace in the family room. Plus, there’s a pool!
Originally built in 1950, this modernist home has soaring roof lines and large sliding glass doors that bring the outdoors in to this open, functional living space. This mid-century modern home features hardwood floors throughout, gas fireplace, great outdoor space and more.
I was able to preview this new listing before it hit the market and I love it. It’s in a great section of Eagle Rock–within walking distance of Colorado Boulevard, yet tucked away in a secluded spot. Built in 1957 by architect Richard R. Leitch, the home has a great mid-century vibe, but also has plenty of space. I think this house will go quickly!