Modern Living LA is happy to extend our congratulations to our buyer on this special and notable architectural home by Lloyd Wright. The Derby House is one of the architect's most recognized properties. The house has found its perfect steward as it needs a reasonable amount of restoration. It’s now it good hands.
Here's what dreams are made of. Well, at least our dreams. This stunning example of the Hollywood Regency style by noted architect Elgin Woolf couldn't be closer to perfection. Elegance and sophistication are the foundation of this home. The European styled garden by Nord Eriksson is exquisite. Perhaps we'll get invited to a black-tie affair here one day.
When a house pops up in Crestwood Hills we get excited. This architectural home by A Quincy Jones and Whitney Smith did not let us down. Known as the Goldenfeld House, this property has been updated with respect to its origins. Clean lines and lots of glass always makes up happy.
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.