Three detached Spanish bungalows on one lot in the heart of Echo Park. This special and rare triplex is gated with a large hedge for extra privacy.
A fantastic opportunity to own a two-story townhome within Echo Park’s Lago Vista, an iconic modernist complex designed by architect Allyn E. Morris in 1973.
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.
Live in the heart of vibrant Echo Park in this designer-done traditional home circa 1938. Many original details can be found throughout while smart and modern updates have helped breath new life into this charming home re-imagined by local designer Kathryn McCullough.
This newly listed Echo Park post-and-beam compound, circa 1963, is set on a double lot, nestled on a quiet canyon cul-de-sac. Interior spaces boast soaring ceilings, 15-foot high brick fireplace, loft/den, custom kitchen, and clerestory windows with verdant views to the trees and sky outside.
The spirit of Echo Park resounds in this remarkable offering, a secluded compound on two lots totaling over 26,000 square feet. Its centerpiece is a rustic mid-century bungalow hand-built by Robert A. Johnson, a civil engineer for the City of LA who poured his heart and soul into this labor of love.
Perched in the Echo Park hills, this modern 3BR/3BA (plus bonus flex room) at Artis incorporates a contemporary aesthetic, incredible light and a great floor plan.
Echo Park duplex circa 1921 delivered fully vacant.
Silver Lake Victorian circa 1900 loaded with charm and character. Enter through a hedged front gate into the grassy front yard and you will immediately feel at home.
Built in 1950, this woodsy bohemian retreat is tucked away in the Elysian Hills of Echo Park. Timeless and creative, the shingled cabin offers 1 bedroom, 1 bath, and a loft. The heart of the home is the light-filled living room with large windows, soaring ceilings, and a retro 60’s fireplace as the focal point. … Continued