Lately, there’s been a lot of conflicting information in the news about the state of the L.A. housing market. Is it good, bad, slowing down? Since I’m actually in the trenches, I assure you that it’s still intense for the nicest 1% of homes. Some of these homes warrant the frenzy, but the vast majority don’t.
4414 Palmero Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90065
Hold onto your chonis because this breathtaking 1958 Mid-Century that just debuted is going to knock more than your socks off. Located on one of the loveliest streets in Mt. Washington, chock-full of Mid-Century masterpieces, this beauty designed by architect W. Earl Wear, is one for the connoisseur.
636 N. Vendome St., Los Angeles, CA 90026
Up in the hills of Silver Lake is this flawless 1922 California Bungalow. Beloved and cared for, as evidenced by the pristine condition and thoughtful upgrades, this beauty offers the rare trifecta of hillside living: glorious views, a usable yard and multiple outdoor living spaces.
430 N. Ave. 51, Los Angeles, CA 90042
Debuting this week is this modernly redone 1923 Spanish in Highland Park with a sprinkle of Moroccan flair. It’s the perfect Spanish abode for people who don’t generally like Spanish homes because some can feel dark and claustrophobic. This one is undeniably bright and airy.
1865 Rodney Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90027
Debuting today is an enchanting 1909 Craftsman in prime Los Feliz. Located in the heart of highly walkable Los Feliz Village between Vermont and Hillhurst, aka a 4-minute walk to House of Pies and Alcove’s insanely mouthwatering white chocolate cake, but I digress, this storybook cottage is ready to weave new tales for the next lucky guardian.