On the checklist for the dream house in Los Feliz: a city of garden gnomes - check, multiple peacocks - check, sasquatch - check, a gorgeous French Normandy house with some original features and exquisite updates - check. And the meticulously manicured landscaping is breathtaking.
Los Feliz Lloyd Wright house built in 1922, the Taggart House. Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #521. This was the first significant Modernist home built by architect Lloyd Wright.
First offering since 1983. City of Los Angeles Cultural Historic Monument #235, The Henry O. Bollman Residence, 1922 by architect Lloyd Wright.
The Heart House, 1910. Significant Mid Wilshire Craftsman house by architects John and Donald Parkinson, designers of City Hall, Union Station, Grand Central Market and more. Historic-Cultural Monument No. 684.
After a 20-month restoration, this Mount Washington Greek Revival home – the Nickel-Leong Mansion, circa 1909, built by Architect John C. Austin, whose civic projects include the Griffith Observatory and LA City Hall, has beautifully emerged.
Los Feliz Lloyd Wright house, the Mayan inspired Samuel Novarro Residence has been meticulously renovated. Located in the exclusive neighborhood “The Oaks” in Los Feliz, this home is part of the Historic-Cultural Monument #130.
Don’t pass up on the occasion to live the dream in El Cabrillo, the most sought-after historic West Hollywood Spanish Colonial Revival condo complex in Los Angeles. Designed by Arthur and Nina Zwebell and built-in 1927 by movie mogul Cecil B. Demille.
Witmer and Watson Architectural, 1929 Los Feliz Spanish Colonial home north of the boulevard, in historic area. The property is quietly secluded on walled and gated grounds. The home has been restored and updated keeping authentic details and instilling modern luxury.
Old world restored Spanish stunner Mills Act property in the Miracle Mile HPOZ. Charming curb appeal with all of the right details, this beautifully restored Miracle Mile Spanish home has been updated for modern living. Arched windows and doorways tell the story of classic Los Angeles, while a complete historical restoration, including structural, electrical, plumbing and more, perfectly reframe the property for today.