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…
This gorgeous Mediterranean home in the Hollywood Hills was built in 1927, and provides 4 bedroom, 3.5 baths, an infinity pool, and exquisite views of the city and mountains from every room. A vintage Hollywoodland original, it features 3,015 square feet of interior space and has been exceptionally remodeled in the classic 1920’s style. It provides beautiful period details, like Saltillo and Moroccan tile floors throughout, wood beam ceilings, claw foot tubs, Moroccan tile accents, wood burning fireplaces, and wrought iron fixtures and railings throughout.
This 1920’s Spanish home was featured in the L.A. Times Home & Garden section, and described as an “Indian-inspired jewel box”. Designer Laura Morton was hired to transform the garden into an exotic, cozy retreat, which won her a gold medal from the Association of Professional Landscape Designers. The home’s interior features 1920’s period details, a fireplace, hardwood floors, an ensuite master bath, a guest bath, a stylish kitchen, a detached yoga studio, and more!
This Spanish-style retreat in the charming San Rafael neighborhood of Pasadena is not on the market until next week, but check out this sneak peek! The 2 bedroom has tons of original charm and is conveniently located in the hills along the Arroyo. It features hardwood floors, coved ceilings, custom built-ins, Saltillo tile, fireplace, and a saltwater pool & spa!
For just $3.495 million, you too can own a piece of paradise! Casa Verde is an environmentally friendly, state-of-the-art, five bedroom home in Ojai. Built in 2008, this Spanish Revival-type house sits on two gorgeous acres with spectacular views of the Topa Topas and the valley.The home’s dramatic roof line protects against the heat and sun, yet utilizes their energy to supply radiant heat…
This spectacular, 2,951 square foot, Spanish style hacienda is known as “El Encanto” was built in 1930. It is located in the coveted Moreno Highlands section of Silver Lake. The 3 bedroom, 3 bath home features a formal dining room, media room, two fireplaces, and a nursery or office. The residence still retains many of its original details, including a stunning turret entry, beautiful authentic light fixtures, and tile work.
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.
This mid-century hacienda is located on a mini knoll in a quiet cul-de-sac in the Hollywood Hills. Built in 1951, it features an easy indoor/outdoor flow with sliding redwood-framed doors that open to the private yard and patio. There are beautiful post and beam ceilings in the living room and dining area, as well as hardwood floors combined with concrete throughout the home.
This beautifully appointed 1941 California Hacienda offers the ultimate in privacy. It is tucked away at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in the prestigious Los Feliz Oaks and sited at the top of the canyon on just shy of an acre. The home enjoys 270-degree views from Palos Verde to the Hollywood Sign. There is a gated courtyard entry complete with a fountain that leads to the main entrance.
This inviting Spanish style home sits atop the Franklin Hills section of Los Feliz with stellar city lights and mountain views. There is a beautifully tiled entry that leads to the open living room with fireplace, Brazilian Tiger hardwood floors, and two large picture windows for plenty of light. The home also provides dual zone central air and heat and a garage with direct access.