Gorgeous Spanish circa 1928 with incredible views in prime Silver Lake. Thoughtfully updated to combine period charm with today’s modern amenities, this two-story three-bedroom, four-bath home features a flexible floor plan with ideal interior space.
Picture-perfect Silver Lake bungalow in the heart of vibrant Sunset Junction.
This charming Silver Lake traditional, circa 1939, located in the coveted Silver Lake hills. Set up from the street with views and privacy, this move-in ready two-bedroom, two-bath home has retained its charm over the years with thoughtful updates and renovations.
First time on the market in over 50 years for this charming Silver Lake traditional circa 1936.
This elegant and modern 1920s Spanish is located in the heart of Silver Lake. With lush landscaping and a private entrance, this light-filled two-bedroom, two-bath home features a bonus unit below with a separate entrance.
Silver Lake country English charmer in the heart of the neighborhood. This large 2,100sf+ single-level home has all the space you need.
A sleek and charming Silver Lake mid-century bungalow circa 1952. Remodeled with an eye for today’s needs while maintaining the original 50s character, this 1-bedroom, 1-bath home sits high above Bellevue Park near Sunset Junction.
Modernist hillside duplex above Silver Lake’s Sunset Junction. Designed by architect Edward Richard Lind (a protege of R. M. Schindler), this was Lind’s own lifelong family home and he perfectly sited it to capture the stunning views in every direction.
The Marks House was designed by architect R.M. Schindler and built in 1953. Schindler restyled the exterior and living area of this three-story bungalow, and the work was carried out according to his design by Mr. and Mrs. Marks after Schindler’s death. The home has been unaltered since. This home, studio, and workshop is located … Continued
Newly constructed this year, these two new contemporary residences are situated side by side on winding Descanso Drive in the hills just about Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake. Built by Rocking Horse Redevelopement and designed by Sunia Homes, this is their second foray into the central Los Angeles market. In 2012 their first design was celebrated as part of the Dwell on Design tour and located at 915 Rosemount Avenue in Echo Park. Both homes feature Sunia Homes eco-friendly green features as part of their standard design/ build plans and include structurally insulated panel (SIP) construction, solar panels, energy monitoring, low VOC paint throughout, rain barrels and drought tolerant landscaping.