Live in the heart of Highland Park in this beautifully restored 1926 character home. Tucked behind a private gate, this home has been thoughtfully updated throughout with amazing attention to detail.
Views and privacy abound in this charming 1927 Highland Park Spanish Bungalow. Additionally, this home’s new resident will own a piece of history. Its garage is among the most notable in the world, thanks to the famous podcast, WTF with Marc Maron, recorded on this spot for years.
New to the market, this mid-century modern gem in the Arroyo View Estates area of Highland Park.
This newly restored 1912 California Bungalow is located in Historic Preservation Overlay Zone protected Mt. Angelus. Designed for the buyer who believes in authentic restorations! This humble home was taken down to the original old-growth wood studs and painstakingly rebuilt with support from the Garvanza Historic Preservation Committee. The exterior color palette, eaves, windows, fences, … Continued
New to the market, The Suffragist House in Highland Park. From the listing: The year was 1887 when two fierce women, Anna Howard Shaw and Cora Pond Pope, became leaders in the National Suffragist Movement. They made their way from the chill of Boston to the golden hills of Southern California, choosing this robust American Colonial … Continued
Two homes on a lot in super hot Highland Park with fantastic rental income. Brimming with original 1920s charm this duplex is a great investment opportunity.
North of York Boulevard in the incredibly hot neighborhood of Highland Park is this newly listed and completely remodeled Spanish Bungalow which boasts incredible curb appeal. The flat lush lawn leads to this fresh white Spanish with an inviting and cozy front porch.
Built in 1910, this fully restored craftsman residence is set in the historic Garvanza neighborhood and retains the original vision held by the Architects Robert Train and Robert Williams. Train and Williams designed an array of noted Craftsman residences in the area as well as the 20th-century version of the Angels Flight Railway located in downtown Los Angeles. Tucked behind a privacy gate, this home has been thoughtfully renewed throughout with utmost attention to detail at every turn.
In Highland Park, this charming craftsman, built in 1900, sits in a Historic Preservation Overlay zone in an area called “Professor’s Row.” Making careful remodeling decisions to not alter the interior so that it remained consistent with the exterior, this home has been expertly remodeled from the studs up retaining the original architectural details. Situated on a 7,365 square foot lot surrounded by a low hand-built rock barrier, wrought iron fence and drought resistant plants, this home offers plenty of entertaining areas surrounding the pool and easy indoor/ outdoor flow.
Defining indoor/outdoor living this newly listed property is situated on an elevated lot with an oversized front yard and a wide deck that extends the length of the home. Offering views of Highland Park, this artistic home built in 1921 has been fully renovated over the past two years with many upgrades such as an electric gate and a smartly designed kitchen with antique accents.