Just over the hill from the city, is a charming neighborhood with lush tree-lined residential streets. Studio City is more of a community than a city. Bordered by Sherman Oaks, Valley Village and Toluca Lake. Perfect for people who want to be near the city but choose a more residential lifestyle. The area got its name because of the many studios that call it home.
Studio City is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Offering a variety of architectural styles throughout, from large mansions and luxury homes in the hills, to small starter homes in the flats. Styles include everything from Mediterranean, Spanish and Italian Riviera designs to Contemporary Farmhouse, Mid-Century Modern, and Ranch. Many homes feature porches and decks to take advantage of beautiful canyon and valley views.
The city is broken down even further into smaller neighborhoods, some that encompass only blocks of space. One of the most expensive neighborhoods in Studio City, is Fryman Canyon Estates. Fryman Canyon Park is one of the most beautiful and well-known parks in the area. Gorgeous mountain trails perfect for hiking, dog walking and riding horses. Colfax Meadows is a neighborhood in Studio City often used in film and TV.
The Silver Triangle, which lies between Ventura Boulevard, Laurel Canyon Boulevard, and Laurel Terrace Drive, is another neighborhood in Studio City. Near to many conveniences for residents, it runs along Ventura, offering trendy dining, classic sushi houses, lots of bars, restaurants, and coffee shops. The neighborhood is known for a quite a nightlife. With the best of all worlds in one small community it’s no wonder many celebrities live in Studio City.
This spacious Wrightwood Estates Traditional home boasts 4BD/3.5BA, a media room, and an entertainers backyard complete with pool, spa and a tranquil waterfall.
The Thies Residence, an exemplary Mid century Modern architectural home from Carl Maston, award-winning graduate of the USC school of architecture and it’s located in Studio City.
Renovated Edward Fickett home in Fryman Estates. Fickett was the architect to the stars, radiantly ties the aesthetic divide between structure and nature in this iconic exemplification of mid-century modern architecture.
Unique opportunity to live in a prominent Rodney Walker Mid Century Modern home (designer of Case Study #16 #17 & #18) this home exemplifies his philosophy: efficiency without aesthetic compromise.
Restored Studio City Architectural house in the leading area of Wrightwood Estates, close to Mulholland. This perfectly located one-level residence has recently undergone a multi-million-dollar professional renovation.
The Goodwin House – 1941 by Rudolph M. Schindler, Architect. This R.M. Schindler Mid Century Modern Studio City home has been lovingly restored with no expense spared.
The Lechner House, Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #1024, c. 1947, by RM Schindler. Remarkable decade long restoration by Pamela Shamshiri, Design Principal of Studio Shamshiri.
Striking Studio City architectural home designed by James De Long, AIA, a Frank Lloyd Wright protégé and Taliesin fellow. Located in an enclave in the hills above Studio City, the sleek and sophisticated home showcases influence by Wright’s design philosophy and Usonian aesthetics.
Nestled atop the hills, this 1960’s Studio City Mid Century Oasis has celebrates the charm of the period. With great architectural curb appeal and lush landscaping, the home is airy and bright.
3255 FRYMAN ROAD, STUDIO CITY, CA | $3,495,000 | 4 BD | 4.5 BA The Mayos Residence – Elegance by a Master of Design from a bygone era. In 1946 the Mayos commissioned Architect Paul Laszlo to reimagine their Fryman Estates home and transform it into a shining example of modernism and luxury. This property is on the market for only the second […]