Modern living in the hills of Glassell Park in this bright and spacious fully remodeled home. This three-bedroom, three-bath home showcases a contemporary aesthetic, incredible light, and a great floor plan.
I’m excited to present my newest listing: a 5-bedroom, 5-bath modern home on a quiet, centrally located cul-de-sac street in the hot neighborhood of Glassell Park! If you’re looking for an incredible value in the hills of Glassell Park, this is definitely it. At over 3,100 square feet, this home has all the space you’re … Continued
The Max Bubeck Residence by Allyn E. Morris c. 1956. A triumph of Mid-Century Modernism that embodies the best in Los Angeles architecture.
I am very excited to announced my new listing in prime Glassell Park! Move right in to this charming and remodeled 3BR/1BA traditional home on a quiet stretch of York Blvd.
Built in 1962, this mid-century modern home is sited on an idyllic hillside in Glassell Park. Designed with California living in mind, the entertaining spaces open to the enclosed courtyard and patio.
Located in a great section of Glassell Park, this 1,404 square foot mid-century modern home features gorgeous mountain views and a true swimmers’ pool. Built in 1950 and carefully maintained, this home offers great bones and would be an ideal investment for a buyer looking for a mid-century cosmetic fixer.
Built in 2010 by award winning architect John Raymond Byram and located in the Highlands of Glassell Park, this impressive architectural home is conveniently located with easy access to Eagle Rock, Highland Park, Silver Lake, Los Feliz, and Echo Park.
This spacious three bedroom, two bath Better Shelter home in Glassell Park also includes an additional, detached two bedroom, one bath guesthouse that brings in $1,060 per month with a current tenant already in place. It’s move-in ready and features xeriscaping, a tankless water heater, hardwood floors, new appliances, and a master suite with its own bathroom.
This traditional mid-century home was built in 1958 and is tucked away in the canyon in Glassell Park. It’s a perfect blend of original mid-century charm including wood flooring, inviting fireplace, with an open and usable floor plan and outdoor pergola. There is a refreshing outdoor private shower with a wonderfully landscaped and terraced back yard. Systems have been thoughtfully upgraded.
We are way into BetterShelter here on Take Sunset, and with each amazing flip Steve Jones manages to top his last. This three-bedroom, two-bath mid-century home in Glassel Park just hit the market, and it is a true stunner, featuring vaulted ceilings, an open floorplan, and three decks from which you can check out the extraordinary canyon views…