Arroyo stones and lush gardens lead up to this incredibly unique Mount Washington home. The first home on this property is a 864 square foot 2 bedroom, 1 bath main house. There is also a sauna house with a kitchenette and sleeping area with an additional 260 square feet. The property includes a workshop with utilities that’s an additional 350 square feet. Each structure features panoramic views and exquisite wood detailing by Leonidas Ossetynski in the Zakopane mountain style of his native Poland. There are 2 lots, which are nearly 1/2 an acre and run street to street. On the second lot there is a Spanish style guesthouse, which is 350 square feet with Saltillo Tiles.
On the market for the first time in 24 years, this classic Silver Lake artist’s residence is a perfect example of what has attracted buyers to this neighborhood for many years. Large windows, concrete floors, high ceilings, skylights, views, and other artistic touches create the perfect ambiance for creativity and comfortable living.
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.
Step through the front courtyard and past the fountain into this sensitively restored Spanish Revival and you will immediately feel at home. Located in the heart of one of LA’s most walkable and vibrant neighborhoods, this move-in ready home is the perfect blend of 1930s charm and modern day conveniences.
This Spanish style home was built in 1938 and is located in prime Silver Lake. It’s located on a street to street, walled and gated lot. The living room features a wood burning fireplace and bay windows that overlook the backyard, pool and spa. Not many homes in Silver Lake have pools, so this house would be a hot listing no matter what. But it also happens to be in Ivanhoe Elementary School District…
This Silver Lake gem is back on the market after the original buyer who quickly scooped it up back in October failed to obtain a loan. Built in 1927, the Spanish home is located on a great corner lot in the Ivanhoe School District. It features a spacious and bright living room with a fireplace and newly refinished hardwood floors.
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.
Now on the market, this rare Andalusian/Spanish style home with stunning original character details. Built in 1930 by C.S. Arganbright for Otto K. Olesen, the Hollywood residence features dramatic scale and design in every room.
Views and privacy abound in this charming 1927 Highland Park Spanish Bungalow. Additionally, this home’s new resident will own a piece of history. Its garage is among the most notable in the world, thanks to the famous podcast, WTF with Marc Maron, recorded on this spot for years.
Now on the market for the first time in 90 years, the Prindle house, a masterpiece designed by renowned architect, George Washington Smith.