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Real Estate & Architecture in Los Angeles

Silver Lake real estate attracts buyers with its beautiful natural setting, indie vibe, and historic mid-century modern homes for sale. A hilly terrain surrounding a broad water reservoir offers picturesque views, and the central location of Silver Lake’s real estate provides convenient access to downtown and east LA (for details, read our Silver Lake, CA neighborhood guide).

2410 West Silver Lake Drive In Silver Lake

Built in 1957, this two story mid-century home has been cared for by the original owners since it was built by architect Gilbert L. Leong in 1957. This is a trust sale and the home is not staged, so you will have to use your imagination to picture its potential after a few changes. It’s in a prime Silver Lake location and is a great opportunity for someone… Maybe you?

Zombiethon: Run For Brains

Zombiethon is a community FUN run/walk event held on Halloween, Saturday October 31, 2009, from 4-6pm, along the recreation trail around Silver Lake Reservoir in Los Angeles, California. This event is organized to raise donations for Brain Cancer Research.

1315 Angelus Avenue In Silver Lake

This two-level updated California Bungalow in Silver Lake has an open floor plan with a cook’s kitchen and dining room, central heat and air, and beautiful finishes throughout. There is tons of great outdoor space with sunset views, mature fruit trees, organic gardens, and spacious wood decks.

1474 Silver Lake Boulevard In Silver Lake

Built in 1922 and located north of Sunset in Silver Lake, this charming home has everything buyers are looking for at a great price. The 1,200 square foot residence with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths would be ideal for a young family or a buyer that needs an office or guestroom. It has a nice floor plan with French doors leading out to the patio and yard from both the dining room and master suite. There is central A/C and heating, copper plumbing, newer electrical, security system, detached two car garage, and great outdoor space.

713 Robinson Street In Silver Lake

This traditional Silver Lake home was built in 1924 and sits on a quiet tree-lined street. The house has been updated with modern touches and includes beautiful high-end finishes throughout, like Walker Zanger tile, custom doors and fixtures, an open cook’s kitchen, ebony stained hardwood floors, new windows, and updated systems.

1419 Angelus Avenue In Silver Lake

Check out 1419 Angelus Avenue–this modern Silver Lake oasis has undergone a complete redesign and rebuild and now features a fantastic rooftop deck with 360 degree views. There is a comfortable open floor plan through the kitchen, living and dining rooms. Sliding glass doors open out to the gorgeous rooftop deck. The home’s second story has two bedrooms, including one master bedroom with a walk-in closet and a large bath with a luxurious steam shower…

2446 McCready Avenue In Silver Lake

This 1939 traditional home has a fabulous Silver Lake location. It’s situated on a knoll above street level and has been carefully updated to maintain its original charm, character, and beauty. The residence features beautiful hardwood floors, formal dining room and living room, fireplace, crown molding, built-ins, french doors, wood blinds, central AC/heat, abundant storage, and laundry room.

2239 Elsinore Street in Echo Park

4BR/3BA
$1,895,000

Stunning brand new modern home in the heart of vibrant Echo Park. Located just a few blocks off Sunset, this recently completed two-story 4BR/3BA features high-end and stylish finishes, an open floor plan, and great indoor/outdoor flow.

2586 Corralitas Drive In Silver Lake

This mid-century modern home, nestled comfortable in the Silver Lake Hills, was built in 1962. It has beautiful post and beam ceilings and open kitchen, living room, and dining room space. With its large deck, this house provides the perfect environment for entertaining, dining and relaxing.

LA’s Small-Lot Developments Continue To Grow

From Echo Park to Venice and beyond, under-utilized lots are being transformed under LA’s Small Lot Ordinance into communities of single family residences. The Small-Lot Ordinance, adopted in 2005, changed the Municipal Code to allow for zoning of multiple single family residences on parcels of land traditionally used for apartment and condominium construction. The benefit … Continued