A truly unique California, Mediterranean home (circa 1929) on a tree-lined street, built by noted Bavarian wood craftsman, Louis Steinhauser as his own home. Period details include arched Revival-style glass pocket doors that allow for indoor to outdoor flow, peg and groove wood flooring, and original light fixtures.
The historic Van Griffith Estate, built circa 1925, is a unique compound for those who desire abundant privacy yet still want to live in the heart of the city.
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
New to the market, this premier Mediterranean home on one of the best streets in the Moreno Highlands of Silver Lake. Built in 1933, the 2,951 square-foot residence is gated and features a charming walled courtyard. Inside, architectural details of the 1930s greet you around every corner, including arches, alcoves, hardwood floors and soaring ceilings. The living room … Continued
New to the market, Shepard Fairey’s Mediterranean residence in Los Feliz. Built in 1929, this stunning home includes 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, and original details throughout.
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.
Mere steps to Griffith Park, this 1920’s Spanish foursquare shines from a thoughtful restoration. Striking from the street, the clean lined white stucco facade stands out against a canopy of soft and lush trees, vines and flat green lawn. This signature two story home, encompasses over 3,200 square feet of formal living space. The … Continued
Situated north of Los Feliz Boulevard, this exquisite Spanish residence offers historic architectural details throughout with a seamless blend of current amenities. Separated from the street by a lush green lawn, square pavers with colorful tile inlay lead to the dramatic entryway.
Set back from the curb with an expanse of lush lawn this Spanish home is situated north of Hill in the most beautiful part of Eagle Rock. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac this beautiful two story boasts amazing original details throughout.
Originally built in 1927 by architect John Williams Chard, this landmark Los Feliz residence melds modern living within a classic Mediterranean environment. Located in the coveted north of Los Feliz Boulevard neighborhood the residence’s shallow landscaped front yard gives way to a private and spacious entertaining courtyard.