Pristine, modern, timeless, and intelligent Steven Hill architectural view home in Los Feliz.
LOS FELIZ HOMES
The Ansalem A. Ernst House
by Gregory Ain in Los Feliz
Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 840. Available for the first time in over twenty years, The Ansalem Ernst House by Gregory Ain circa 1937 is perfectly nestled in the coveted Los Feliz Oaks.
This remarkable work of early modernist architecture features a tranquil indoor/outdoor flow with widespread canyon views.
Los Feliz Wallace Neff – The A.L. Schoenborn Residence
Recognized and renowned Los Feliz Wallace Neff home, the A.L. Schoenborn Residence has been authentically and meticulously restored, embodying Neff’s early and classic Spanish colonial architecture mirroring the heritage of early Southern California.
Sited behind reserved gates on a private driveway, this residence offers panoramic views of the canyons, twinkling city lights of the downtown skyline, and the Pacific Ocean; the scenery is incomparable.
The John Sowden House
by Lloyd Wright in Los Feliz
The John Sowden House, also known as the “Jaws House” or the “Franklin House”, was built in 1926 in Los Feliz.
The original owner, John Sowden, was a painter and photographer who hired his friend, Lloyd Wright, eldest son of Frank Lloyd Wright, to build his luxurious home in Los Feliz.
Los Feliz Edward Fickett House
The Jacobson Residence
This Los Feliz Edward Fickett home is Los Angeles Historical Cultural Monument 674.
The first contemporary structure to receive Landmark Status by the City of Los Angeles. Private, intact original Post and Beam masterpiece.