Set in a remote canyon in Echo Park, but only minutes from the city, this natural sanctuary sits on over half an acre of land, with winding brick paths through colorful gardens of succulents, native herbs and wildflowers. Sited high on the hill, this spacious contemporary home has three levels, great deck space, and fantastic views of the canyon, city lights, Verdugo Foothills, Griffith Park Observatory, and the Hollywood Sign.
Echo Park real estate is among the earliest developed in Los Angeles. Choose a home here for an urban and authentic neighborhood, excellent city and sunset views, historic architectural houses, and a great nightlife. The area provides easy access to major freeways and Dodger Stadium and is convenient to downtown. Our Echo Park, Los Angeles neighborhood guide offers more details, and you can explore featured listings for Echo Park real estate below.
This contemporary home is located on the most sought after street in the Elysian Heights section of Echo Park. Designed with beautiful walls of glass and six balconies, the home features spectacular views from treetop to Elysian Park, downtown to the ocean, mountains to the Hollywood Sign.
I saw this woodsy bungalow located on one of Echo Park’s best streets yesterday during the brokers’ open. It’s a great house with lots of potential, and it stand out because there’s very little available in Echo Park at this price range. The 1,374 square foot home was built in 1948 and has been carefully updated over a number of years. It sits on a gated, park-like lot and features…
I’m very excited to give my Take Sunset readers a sneak peek at one of my upcoming listings! This beautifully remodeled craftsman was built in 1905, and it includes tons of improvements–central heat and a/c, all new plumbing and electrical, tankless water heater, high end finishes, stainless steel GE appliances, Kohler bathroom fixtures, and much more.
This charming traditional home is located in the heart of Echo Park. It was built in 1954 and is sited on a fenced, gated corner lot, surrounded by lush, mature bamboo and landscaping that provides shade and privacy. The residence’s artfully designed interior blends original charm with plenty of modern updates.
This secluded, craftsman style, hillside home was built in 1911 and features breathtaking views from Glendale to Mt. Wilson. The home is 1,964 square feet and sits on a 6,229 square foot lot. It features a very open floor plan with lots of windows to enjoy the views.
Noted architect Lazaros Papademetropoulos’ Cape-Cod style historic cottage in Echo Park just hit the market. The residence was completely renovated in 2009, including a modern addition of a master suite, full bathroom, and a mezzanine/loft that leads to the roof deck.
This Saturday, February 6, from noon to 6 p.m. is the Echo Park Art Walk. The event begins at the corner of Echo Park Ave. and Delta St. You will receive a map of the impromptu local galleries, including chain link fence galleries, driveway theaters, hands-on crafting stations, performance art spaces, intersection musical performances…
First time on the market in 60 years! Investors, developers, and owner-users looking for a very special project will find great potential at this 1919 bungalow on the border of Silver Lake and Echo Park.
I saw this new listing in the hills of Echo Park yesterday. The charming 1-bedroom, 1-bath home was built in 1910 and also includes a 1-bedroom and bath guest cottage.