Hidden from the street behind an iconic fence is a unique paradise few could imagine existing in the middle of Echo Park. In 2004 the owners acquired this massive property – 3 parcels and over half an acre of land – and hired architect Rachel Allen to design their modernist dream home.
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
This mid-century modern charmer is located on one of the best streets in the hills of Echo Park. The light-filled living room features a lava stone decorative fireplace and lovely views. Enjoy meals in this sunny dinning area. The updated, open kitchen features tile from Heath Ceramics. The residence is currently set up as a 2 … Continued
New to the market, an enchanting Spanish-style home nestled in the Echo Park hills. Carefully renovated to the last detail, the residence is filled with light and enjoys panoramic views. The bright interior of sophisticated design captures the essence of Spanish style architecture. Distinct features include barrel vaulted ceiling, built-in bookshelves, and arched pass-throughs. Enjoy … Continued
2015 was a great year! I was able to represent buyers and sellers all across the city from the Valley to Silver Lake, Los Feliz to Northeast L.A.
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.
Nearly hidden from the street in a shroud of lush bamboo, several terra cotta clad steps ascend to this magical Spanish home located in prime Elysian Heights! This home features original charm and room to add your finishing touches.
Nestled in the lush Echo Park hills, Architect Leigh Jerrard reimagined and updated this 1920’s bungalow. Here he created a stunning, airy, modern home and expansive guest house. Located just north of downtown Los Angeles, both houses offer an open layout and stunning views.
Hard to miss, this vibrantly painted home is unique both inside and out. Situated on a large corner lot on Loma Vista Place just before the stair street starts, the clean-lined and modern exterior is surrounded by drought tolerant landscaping. A two car garage provides direct access to the home plus plenty of extra storage.
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.