The Lulu C. Manning Residence, built in 1932 by Lyle Nelson Barcume of Barcume & King, Architects is a spectacular example of Spanish Deco architecture. According to the listing, there are a multitude of 1920’s Spanish Revival homes, but only a limited number of 1930’s Spanish Deco properties…
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.
This gorgeous, 3,203 square foot, mid-century modern is located one of the best streets in Los Feliz. The home was built in 1958 and extensively remodeled in 2003 by interior designer/owner, whose work has been featured in print, TV, and in the Pasadena Showcase House of Design.
Built in 1930, this spectacular French Normandy style home in Los Feliz has been meticulously restored over the past 3 years. The 4,160 square foot house on a 13,780 square foot lot features unparalleled quality and craftsmanship throughout.
This stylish restoration of a mid-century modern was built in 1947 and is located in the highly desirable Franklin Hills section of Los Feliz. The light-filled 1,258 square foot home has a great indoor/outdoor flow with private rear gardens. The home has a myriad of lovely original details, beautiful hardwood floors, and more.
I saw this new listing on Tuesday during the broker’s open and I loved it. The hilltop home is in prime Los Feliz, north of the Boulevard, and within walking distance of Griffith Park. The 3,111 square foot home was designed by Hungarian-born Bartholomew Mako in 1925 in Medieval Revival style.
I saw this mid-century modern home in the Los Feliz Oaks on Tuesday and was really impressed. Built in 1950, the home has been thoughtfully renovated, fusing designer finishes with the original architectural elements. The 2,162 square foot home would be ideal for someone who works from home, since there are plenty of office options.
The Hunter Residence by Arthur H. Stibolt was built in 1929, at the height of the European revival period in Los Angeles. For the first time since 1950, this imposing 4,630 square foot tudor is back on the market.
This cottage in Los Feliz was built in 1923 and has been completely remodeled with top of the line finishes, including Carrara marble tile, recessed lighting, custom fixtures, new central heat and air, and Brazilian mahogany floors throughout.
This stunning mid-century modern in prime Los Feliz was built in 1953 and underwent a complete renovation and expansion in 2012, including all new systems, flooring, plumbing, electric, appliances, a new pool and spa, balcony off the master suite, new chef’s kitchen, and more.
Built in 1931, this classic Mediterranean home in Los Feliz underwent an extensive remodel in 2004, including structural and framing work, new kitchen, baths and hardware.