LA gets a bad rap for nearly everything, but it especially gets a lot of flack for its, uh, lack of natural beauty. But this is simply not the case. Los Angeles County alone has nearly 30 lakes and about 20 reservoirs, adding plenty of green (yes, in pockets) to a city that is marketed as desert. One of those lakes—Lake Hollywood—is just a few stone throws away from 3585 Wonder View Drive, where this marvelous Spanish Colonial Revival is situated.Details
This remarkable home of a Los Angeles visionary has sold only once since it was built almost a century ago. Like the owner of this magnificent structure, C.E. Toberman, 1847 Camino Palmero is an original, and makes its mark in the city’s rich history. Read on to see why Toberman has been remembered as Mr. Hollywood.Details
Much ado has been made about the name Beverly Grove as to whether it’s a suitable for the area that lies somewhere between The Beverly Center and The Grove. A quick scan of the LA Times mapping project’s comments for Beverly Grove confirms this with dozens of impassioned voices on all sides of the debate. Regardless, whether you call it Beverly Grove, the Miracle Mile, Beverly Heights, Beverly Melrose, South West Hollywood (SoWeHo), East Beverly Hills or Beverly Hills Adjacent, there’s no doubt that if you’re lucky enough to live in one of its amenity-filled residences like 146 S. Clark Drive, then you’ll just call it home. Read on to learn more about #302, for sale right now at $749,000
Sure, Beverly Hills may inspire images of sportscars and celebs strolling along Robertson stopping for a bite at the Ivy before returning to their favorite spendy boutique, but that’s not the only version of this iconic neighborhood. Just north of the trendy shopping areas most are familiar with, right up Benedict Canyon Drive, sits lush, tranquil estates like this one at 1320 Beverly Grove Place.Details
If you’ve ever lived in Silver Lake, chances are you’ve seen 2617 Lakewood Avenue. With enviable foliage, unparalleled views of the hills and reservoirs, and a unique triangular corner lot, this Spanish stunner is tough to miss.
Ah, the Sunset Strip. It’s a particular alliteration that inspires glamour, intrigue, and images of a history unique to the allure of Old Hollywood. 8787 Appian Way, with its classic Mediterranean Revival design, sits nestled not far from this famed icon among scenic, winding vistas. The 4,390 square foot home exudes sublime elegance, offering 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, and unsurpassed canyon views. The home embodies all the exquisite details and design that befits the beauty of the environment and the aura that comes with living the Sunset Strip life. Offered at $2,850,000!Details
Nestled in the heart of Bungalow Land, 2125 Upper Kress is a stunning, private property that features 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 2-car garage and boasts magnificent canyon views. Located in arguably one of the most magical neighborhoods in LA, the home is situated in the coveted Wonderland school district. Set above the road, this incredibly peaceful 3,624 square foot retreat is the ideal oasis for creatives who are looking for inspiration amidst the glorious foliage—and from the fabulous history of its denizens—that Laurel Canyon has to offer. Currently available for LeaseDetails
This groovy contemporary home located near the top of prestigious Mt. Olympus is the ultimate in fine living and entertaining. 7861 Oceanus is a rare opportunity to live in the luxury Hollywood Hills area of Los Angeles known for its lofty location in the clouds, and breathtaking sweeping views of the city below. Developed in…Details
The self-built home of architect, Albert P. Martin, AIA, went on the market for the first time since he and his wife broke ground more than 50 years ago. Built in 1952, the Martin family home is sited on a 9,315-square-foot hillside lot, with three bedrooms, three baths, an office and artist’s studio, formal living and dining rooms, a workshop, two-car garage, and a wraparound deck with amazing views of the Silver Lake reservoir and beyond. It was a marvel of engineering and design to behold, but the basic specs don’t reveal the artistic expression that resonated within its doors.
2173 Redcliff was a time capsule of mid-century modern design with walls of glass, two fireplaces, built-in furniture, and vintage appliances and light fixtures. It sold for $1.595 million in multiple offers, over the asking price.Details