An extensive restoration was completed in 2019. Bringing this architectural gem up to today’s standards. With meticulous attention to detail the original charm was preserved. The inviting foyer leads to an expansive living room and formal dining room. A classic fireplace is the centerpiece of the light filled living room. French doors lead to a covered terrace.
Original architectural features include stained glassed windows, decorative tiles, and archways. Complemented by exquisite landscaping surrounding the home. This remarkable home includes three traditional bedrooms upstairs, plus a two-car garage with bonus/flex space above.
Ideally located above Sunset Strip, this beautiful home is private, stylish, and ideal for entertaining. All the grandeur of classic Hollywood and suitable for today’s lifestyles. Formal living room opens to 2 patios with city views. 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms spread across 3 levels. Stained-glass windows, colorful Spanish tile and wrought iron railings.
Exquisite Spanish home, completed in 2018 designed by Carl Anders Troedsson. A stunning success of elegance and sophistication, built with the finest of attention to details, craftsmanship, and design.
This classic 1927 Spanish Colonial Revival is designed by Legendary architect, Paul Williams. Gated, and ideally located on a private cul-de-sac, backing up to Laughlin Park. With impeccable original detail, Spanish pavers lead to a dramatic entry, opening into an oversized living room with soaring beamed ceiling and fireplace.
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.
Identified as one of the most coveted properties in the Los Feliz Oaks, this circa 1930 Los Feliz Oaks Spanish Colonial celebrity compound has been taken down to the studs and methodically restored and modernized, all while retaining the soul of a vintage sunny old-world manor.
Seldom does a home of this quality become available. Scalloped archways and stained glass adorn this sophisticated Beverly Center Spanish Colonial Revival home in the highly prominent South Carthay Historic Preservation Zone. This incomparable residence is perfectly detailed – from finely crafted wrought iron to detailed moldings and soaring wood-beamed and tray ceilings.
Iconic world-class Beachwood Canyon Spanish Colonial residence ‘Casa Canem’ by architect Carl Lindbom circa 1927 in legendary Hollywoodland. One of the best settings in the area featuring total seclusion, sweeping close up views of the famed Hollywood sign plus a huge flat yard and swimming pool directly adjacent to the residence.
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