Spectacular Silver Lake Traditional estate perfectly positioned on nearly 20,000 sf of prime hilltop property with stunning views in every direction. The home was originally built by architect Theodore Criley Jr. in 1939. In its current incarnation, award-winning architect Alice Kimm has added concrete floors, custom cabinetry and sliding walls of glass. Make an entrance down this beautifully landscaped stairway to arrive at a 15’x40’ saltwater pool and spa below.
Sited on a street-to-street lot, this exquisite Silver Lake Spanish home meticulously merges modern chic with old world charm.
Hip re-imagined Silver Lake bungalow sits perched above the street and is located in the coveted heart of Silver Lake. Stylish home features a renovated modern interior that creates a warm and welcoming feeling.
Silver Lake Modern Home. The Skinner House, 1937. William Kesling, Architect. Los Angeles Historical-Cultural Monument #856. Streamline Moderne was both a reaction to Art Deco and a reflection of austere economic times. Gone was unnecessary ornament. Sharp angles were replaced with simple, aerodynamic curves. Ultimately, the designs were horizontal in their orientation, serving as a precursor to the modernist movement that would begin in earnest a decade later.
John Lautner Silvertop: The Reiner-Burchiill Residence, 1957-1976. Silvertop is to Los Angeles’ residential architecture as Eero Saarinen’s TWA Terminal is to New York City.
Architect Richard Neutra’s, The Kambara Residence, 1960, Silver Lake. This is a first offering for this property, part of the Neutra Colony houses at Silver Lake.
The Walker Residence, 1935-1936, designed by renowned architect R.M. Schindler is a superb landmark. Offered for the first time, this three-bedroom home sits on a hillside in prime Silver Lake boasting dramatic views of the homes and reservoir below.
The Hawk House, 1939 Silver Lake Harwell Hamilton Harris home. An early example of H.H. Harris’ most striking work, this home exudes prominent architectural lines and an abundance of natural sunlight.
Balanced atop one of Silver Lake’s most coveted streets, this 1958 innovative Silver Lake Mid Century Architectural home. Grand panoramic views of the reservoir and Griffith Park observatory span 180 degrees both East and West directions.