The Heart House, 1910. Historical Cultural Monument No. 684. This historic craftsman was built by architects John and Donald Parkinson, designers of City Hall, Grand Central Market, and more.
The historical Lukens House, one of Los Angeles’s premier international style homes, was masterfully designed in 1940 by minimalist southern California architect Raphael Soriano. Soriano designed the home for notable ceramicist Glen Lukens, one of the founders of the acclaimed Arts and Architecture magazine.
Now on the market: Cultural Historic Monument #235: Lloyd Wright’s Henry Bollman Residence. Wright’s vision is expressed through a building system utilizing precast concrete blocks to augment standard construction techniques.
New to the market, Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument 917. Built in 1927 and lovingly restored by the current owners, this 5-bedroom, 3-bath home boasts hand-painted murals, elaborate crown moldings, Juliet balconies, and Art Deco chandeliers draping from coved ceilings. Impeccable craftsmanship and supreme elegance of Italian-style decor reign over this Mills Act-protected home. Free-flowing interior … Continued
First offering: City of Los Angeles Cultural Historic Monument #380, The Kallis-Sharlin Residence, 1946, by architect Rudolph Schindler, with later additions by Josef Van der Kar, and L.A. Ten architect Leroy Miller, F.A.I A. Art and music have always flourished in this dynamic space originally designed for artist Mischa Kallis as a residence and art … Continued
The Ansalem A. Ernst House by Gregory Ain c. 1937. LA Historic-Cultural Monument No. 840. First time on market in over twenty years, this iconic home is located in the coveted Los Feliz Oaks.
For the first time on the market since its completion in 1950, The Tischler House by R.M. Schindler. This incredibly designed three-bedroom, three-bath home is Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #506.
Newly listed in Los Feliz, the Victor Rossetti Residence, designed by famed architect Paul Williams in 1928. This Mediterranean style residence is an incredible 8,240 square feet and is listed as Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #915.
The Heart House, designated a Historical Cultural Monument by the City of Los Angeles was constructed in 1910 and designed by Architects John & Donald Parkinson. This stunning early 20th century craftsman style home is tucked behind a wooden gate, surrounded by mature coniferous and palm trees just a moments drive to Larchmont Village and Silver Lake. This home is also convenient to studios, Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles and boasts views of the Hollywood Sign.
The Skinner House, built by William Kesling in 1937, is an impeccably maintained example of Streamline Moderne architecture.