HISTORIC Homes

Indian Gulch Relaxed California Ranch Living

California Ranch Living in a Colonial style home

Looking for the quintessential California ranch living experience? If a slower pace, an abundant display of wildlife and beautiful scenery are calling you, the Indian Gulch Ranch is the perfect place to call home. Filled with historical charm and modern-day amenities, the ranch consists of a lovingly restored two-story Colonial style home (built circa 1900) – plus 195 acres of rolling hills and pastures dotted with live oaks, several barns, and a winding seasonal creek.

Highlighted by a wall of windows, the living room’s view takes full advantage of the incredible scenery. Enjoy evenings around the stone-clad fireplace. You may even see a flock of wild turkeys making their way up the hillside, feathered plumage on full display.

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Magical Hollywood Hills Mid Century Traditional Home

Nestled discretely in historic Whitley Heights is this Hollywood Hills Mid Century Traditional home. The house is set behind tall privacy hedges and is virtually hidden from the street.

The expansive main living room is bright, open and inviting. Original casement windows perfectly frame the expansive city views of Los Angeles. 

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The Andalusia Historic West Hollywood Condo

The Andalusia Historic West Hollywood condo, unit 8 is a stunning example of Spanish Revival architecture, listed on the National Register of Historic Places the property offers significant property tax savings through the Mills Act. An elegant building, built by Arthur and Nina Zwebell in 1926, it has a celebrated history, once home to Jimi Hendrix, Marlon Brando, Caesar Romero and Jason Schwartzman among others. This upper unit boasts interior spaces flooded with natural light. The living room’s lofted wood beam ceilings and clerestory windows create a light and bright, yet old-world feel.

The enchanting courtyard with fountain, period tile and lush landscaping welcomes owners’ home to this classic West Hollywood complex filled with vintage Hollywood character and charm.

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Historic Los Feliz Spanish Villa

Historic Los Feliz Spanish villa, The John Anson Ford Residence, Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 1027. The tile roofed residence is tucked behind vine-covered gates. As you enter the charming adobe courtyard, you are transported to another place and time.

The welcoming living room with double height vaulted ceilings, hand stenciled beams, a stunning arched stained-glass window, focal point fireplace, two pairs of French doors and steel casement windows.

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Crestwood Hills Mid Century Modern Landmark, A. Quincy Jones Architect

The Schott House, 1948 by A. Quincy Jones, FAIA. This Los Angeles Historic Landmark was one of the Crestwood Hills Mid Century Modern home built in the area, laying the foundation for hundreds of architectural homes in the area and beyond attempting to achieve the same level of sophistication and design.

The recessed living area provides additional access to the outdoor gardens, featuring walls of glass on one side and original articulated concrete blocks on the other, floor-to-ceiling fireplace serves as a focal point.

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