Moving to Los Angeles for a new job, temporary position or just need of a change of atmosphere… leasing a property may be the perfect solution for your current needs. Many amazing single-family residences, condos and downtown lofts are available for lease in the city. Location, price and lifestyle requirements are important options to consider when looking to lease a property.

Spanish Colonial Revival Hancock Park Home

Spanish Colonial Revival Hancock Park home

A taste of Santa Barbara in the middle of Hancock Park. This 1920s Spanish Colonial Revival Hancock Park home has been carefully updated with a designer’s touch. Lush grounds and a beautiful front façade are framed by gorgeous wood, original period tile, and custom metalwork.

Colonial Revival Hancock Park Home - Living Room

Double height ceilings complement the original artisanal beamed ceiling. The expansive space is highlighted by a stunning fireplace with dual arches leading to a step-up library lounge area.

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Ray Kappe Apartment Complex – Architectural Baldwin Hills Mid Century Modern Building

Multi-unit apartment complex, Ray Kappe FAIA – 1958. The work of Kappe is considered by some to be an extension of the earlier SoCal modern architects like Wright, Neutra and Schindler.

This modernist complex was built not long after Kappe gained hands-on experience as a draftsman for Eichler Homes and eventually working under renowned architect Carl Maston.

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