A classic Los Angeles home by design firm Breland-Harper in dynamic Frogtown. Located just steps from the LA river, this re-imagined 1920’s Elysian Valley home is quintessentially Californian.
Stylish Silver Lake Spanish home, full of character and charm. This move-in ready two-bedroom, two-bath residence is set up from the street with lovely treetop views and an open floor plan with amazing indoor to outdoor flow.
This designer-owned Silver Lake Spanish gem, circa 1932. With incredible attention to detail, this mini compound has a modern elegance with its highly sought-after 1930s bones.
Presenting “The Gale House”, a rare hillside compound in Eagle Rock, situated on over half an acre. This lovingly rehabilitated and upgraded home includes a main house, casita, studio/work-shed, and studio apartment. The outdoors blend seamlessly with the living room boasting barreled ceilings, French doors, wood floors, and an original fireplace.
This magical artist retreat with a rich Hollywood history is situated on over a half-acre lot. Perched 1/4 mile above the street, this property offers supreme privacy and serenity with breathtaking views above the canyon.
Prime Silver Lake home with city and mountain views from almost every room. This beautifully updated Spanish is located on a quiet cul-de-sac offering privacy and the ultimate California lifestyle.
Gorgeous 1920s remodeled Spanish in a coveted Spaulding Square location. Set behind hedges and lush landscaping, this 2BR/2BA home is filled with charm and character.
Stylish modern Spanish on a HUGE flat lot in the heart of Eagle Rock. Originally built in 1922, this charming three-bedroom, two-bath home was recently renovated, bringing it well into the 21st century with tasteful updates and finishes.
A grand Spanish circa 1926 in a coveted Northwest Glendale neighborhood. Located on a large lot just a few blocks from Kenneth Village, this two-story, three-bedroom, three-bath features many original details along with tasteful modern updates and a time-tested layout.
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.