Posts tagged los feliz
The Stone Residence by Donald G. Park, AIA

I know there are 3 months remaining in the year, but I’m going out on a limb and declaring that this is my favorite listing of the year. Friends might say this is due to the fact that I’ve coveted it for years as I walked past it on my way to hike in Griffith Park. Okay, there’s some truth to that.

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A Miesian Oasis: The Moore House by Craig Ellwood

When evaluating a property, one really ought to consider the entire package: the neighborhood, the site, the views, the grounds, and of course, the house. And in this case, the house alone is more than worthy of a blog post, simply because of its architectural pedigree.

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Wirin House by Richard Neutra in Los Feliz

Yesterday, for the second time in a week, a Neutra home hit the market on the eastside. This time it’s the Alpha Wirin Residence in Los Feliz and it’s a sterling restoration guided by Mark Haddawy, whose impeccable work reflects his appreciation for L.A.’s residential architecture, which he regards as one of the city’s greatest treasures. I’m with him on that. 

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The Kambara Residence by Richard Neutra

Thanks to a traffic light that was installed on Silver Lake Boulevard making it safe for folks to get to/from the popular meadow alongside the reservoir, it’s virtually impossible for drivers and pedestrians to not take notice of the magnificent Neutra VDL Studio and Residence which is located precisely at the point of this crossing. What many people remain unaware of, however, is the Neutra Colony just a hop, skip and a jump away. 

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Landmark Los Feliz Estate That Has It All

The hills of Los Feliz are filled with countless Spanish and Mediterranean style homes and many of them are absolute gems. And among those gems are a few diamonds. This is one of them. Here is a home that truly has it all and I love it. 

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Mid-Century with a Sense of Seclusion in Los Feliz

There are plenty of things about this new listing in Los Feliz that will draw the attention of homebuyers who are hunting for a place on the Eastside. The first thing you can mark of your checklist is its style. This home features clean mid-century lines are still as hot as the blistering heat wave that just passed through southern California.

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Architectural Stunner In Los Feliz

Back on the market is this architectural residence in the Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Feliz. This home has been on and off the market since mid 2011, but I have a feeling that given its new price point and the current shortage of inventory on the market, it will move this time around. And it should, because this home is magnificent.

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Co-Op 28 - Handmade and Vintage

It’s always great when you have a “go to” store. You know, the sort of place that you’re confident you’ll be able to find something that’s just right, whether you’re shopping for clothing, jewelry, art or home furnishings for yourself or whether you’re in search of a special gift for someone for whom you have no idea where to start. Co-Op 28 on Vermont Avenue in Los Feliz is just that type of store.

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Hilltop Architectural with 360-Degree Views in Los Feliz

At first glance from the street, one may not have a clear opinion about this provocative architectural estate designed by Arxis Studio that was just listed in Los Feliz. One thing is certain though - you *will* take notice of it. And after you’ve had the chance to experience the home in its entirety, my bet is that you’ll love it. I sure did. Sited on a hilltop at the end of a cul-de-sac abutting Griffith Park, this 5 BR / 5.5 BA estate will kick-start your dreams of living the good life.

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A True ‘Home’ in Los Feliz

There are many things that can rise to the top of the priority list when shopping for a house. For some, it’s a breathtaking view. Others may require good schools. And still others, like me, may rank a walk-able neighborhood as a 'must-have'. But this 1922 Mediterranean in Los Feliz is a great reminder that what matters most is how the place feels when you’re inside of it.

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Cozy Colonial in Los Feliz

When thinking about residential architecture in Los Angeles, one might conjure an image of a 1920’s Spanish Revival or a Mid-Century Modern house perched on a hilltop overlooking the city. And while those two styles are, in fact, well represented here, one of the things that I love about LA is that it has arguably the widest variety of architectural styles of any city in the country. We even have our share of Dutch Colonials, such as this terrific listing that just came on the market in Los Feliz.

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Samuel Novarro House by Lloyd Wright

Right on the heels of the listing of the Sowden House in Los Feliz a few weeks ago comes another fantastic listing of a significant Lloyd Wright home. This time it’s the Samuel Novarro House in The Oaks, that exclusive neighborhood of hilly, winding streets at the western end of Los Feliz.

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1927 Mediterranean in Los Feliz by Theodore J. Scott

Los Feliz has its fair share of great Mediterranean style homes and this new listing on Edgemont Street is a stand-out among them. Designed by architect Theodore J. Scott, this 1927 home with its Moorish flair boasts features and details that are more than worthy of all the oohs and ahs they are sure to elicit.

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