Originally built in 1929, this Spanish Colonial Revival estate was completely restored and renovated in 2004. The 8,184 square foot residence features a rotunda entrance hall, grand living room with a baronial fireplace and a cozy den with a hidden prohibition bar and fireplace.
Both exclusive and accessible, Los Feliz real estate includes multi-million-dollar properties and moderately priced homes set among rolling hills and adjacent to a walkable commercial district. The location also provides convenient access to some of the most popular areas in the city (our neighborhood guide offers details). Explore featured listings for Los Feliz real estate, including highly-coveted mid-century modern homes for sale.
Conceived by architect Frederick Monhoff AIA in 1927, this property is tucked away in the serene Los Feliz Knolls. Designed around a central courtyard, the interior is flooded with warm light, turning the home inward for ultimate privacy and a seamless flow between indoors and out.
I saw this beautiful Spanish home with a Craftsman influence in Los Feliz yesterday. Built in 1921, the residence has been nicely restored and features a large front porch leading into the sunny living room with a Batchelder tile fireplace. The 1,516 square foot, 2 bedroom, 2 bath home includes a spacious dining room, cook’s kitchen, and plenty of upgrades.
This new listing in the Oaks is a perfect house for a single person or couple looking for a stylish, private home. Built in 1948, it’s one of a few homes on its quiet cul-de-sac, in an ideal, walkable section of the Los Feliz Oaks.
This reinvisioned and expanded home, originally built in 1953, is located in the Los Feliz Oaks on quiet cul-de-sac, discretely sited behind a custom designed fence and lush landscaping. The 2,682 square foot home seamlessly blends the indoors with the out, and modern enhancements with vintage charm. The light filled living room features vaulted ceilings, skylights, and a stacked stone fireplace. It opens first to the wood paneled family room and then onto the patio and the solar heated saline pool.
Just north of Los Feliz Boulevard on an exquisitely landscaped flat parcel of land sits a double gated Mediterranean villa, built in 1928. Located in a prime are of Los Feliz, a brick paved motor-court leads to the turreted entry with arched front door perfectly sited to capture maximum light throughout the home.
This Sunday, October 23rd, the American Institute of Architects Los Angeles heads east for its Fall 2011 Home Tour. At each of the four homes on the tour, visitors will have the opportunity to talk to the architects and docents and discover new designs.
This renovated and redesigned architectural home was built by Steven Hill and is located in a great part of Los Feliz.
Income properties can be a great opportunity to live in a good location and save money on your mortgage. This new duplex in the Franklin Hills section of Los Feliz features a main house with a new designer kitchen, private courtyard, fireplace and balcony.
North of the boulevard, in the Los Feliz Estates, this uber-chic 1960’s mid-century modern is situated on a flat lot with minimalistic landscaping. Featuring grand open volume public rooms this home boasts a recent high quality professional restoration.