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.
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 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.
Build your dream home on this gently up-sloping Echo Park lot with amazing views. Located on a quiet and private cul-de-sac in the coveted Elysian Heights neighborhood.
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…
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.
Built in 1950 by esteemed Fred F. Kreipl, Architect, the Buchanan Residence offers views of Elysian Park on one of the best streets in the Echo Park Hills. This Midcentury home is situated on a 9,965 square foot lot with ample outdoor space, including a custom geometric concrete patio and beautiful, generous interior spaces, all with sweeping windows.
Tree-top and sweeping canyon views abound in this 1951 mid-century home. Tucked into a lushly green hillside on the eastern side of Silver Lake, the property overlooks the Corralitas Red Car Property. The historic Red Car property was home to the Pacific Electric Interurban Streetcar, which connected downtown Los Angeles to Glendale and Burbank and ceased running in 1955. Now the area is a park-like setting boasting native plants and grasses.
This newly remodeled 3 bedroom, 2 bath California bungalow is located in historic Angelino Heights on a private cul-de-sac. The home has been carefully redone with a modern touch. It features extraordinary views of Echo Park Lake and fountains–even the two garages have views!
New to market this week is an incredible opportunity to own an owner occupied income property in a highly sought after part of Echo Park. Near to Sunset Boulevard and Echo Park Avenue this home is close to the shops and boutiques that make this area desirable, however it is set back from the street offering secluded and private living.
Built in 1929, this Echo Park compound features a main house with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom plus several incomparable live/work spaces on the property. The main unit is set high above Branden Street, behind the converted garage studio space and is awash in bright white stucco, olive green painted windows and terra cotta accents. The home is separated from it’s neighbors with towering palm trees and drought tolerant cypress evergreens, trailing bougainvillea softens the bordering fence lines.