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The Van Pelt Estate at 2131-2149 Lyric Avenue in Los Feliz’s Franklin Hills

Welcome to the “John A. Van Pelt Residence. A 2 ½ acre compound with no less than five residential structures, twelve fireplaces, eight fountains, parking for fourteen cars, and one glorious pool all perched atop Los Feliz’s Franklin Hills.

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SOLD: Classic Hollywood Glamour at One of Los Feliz’s Finest Estates – 4039 Cromwell Avenue

It’s a wrap! Representing this elegant property was quite the journey! Congratulations to the new homeowners and a sincere and well-earned thank you to everyone involved, especially previous owner Gretchen Bonaduce who trusted me with her legendary home. It took a village! – Jacqui

This one-of-a-kind classic, private, and spectacular Andalusian Estate was built by preeminent architect Harry Hayden Whiteley in 1926. The captivating four bedroom home boasts multiple French doors that open to over half an acre of wonderful outdoor areas including courtyards, pool, patios, grassy areas and gardens. At once an entertainer’s paradise and an exclusive retreat, 4039 Cromwell Avenue offers elegant and refined hillside living in an excellent Los Feliz location.

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Exquisite French Normandy Home in the Los Feliz Hills – 2320 Wayne Avenue

This exquisite French Normandy home in the Los Feliz hills is located north of the boulevard and just a stone’s throw from Griffith Park. The meticulously restored and renovated home consists of five bedrooms and four bathrooms, a grand cook’s kitchen, gorgeous den and library, a mud room, and so much more over four thousand square feet and three stories.

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Hollywood Hills Mid-Century Modern Above Mulholland Drive

Welcome to The Jack Lucas Residence. Built in 1947 by architect Eric Black and with period renovations by Tony Unruh, AIA, the sharp and stylish mid-century modern home was designed to “always look modern” according to the wishes of its original owner. This Frank Lloyd Wright-esque beauty is a wonderful time capsule of Los Angeles’s signature architectural movement.

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Where You Can Donate to Support the Black Community & the National Movement

Support the Black community and the Black Lives Matter movement by donating to these legal aid groups, bail funds, memorials, social services, and more. Highlights and favorites of ours and a long list organized by subject and type of cause can be found below.

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Thousands March in Los Angeles for All Black Lives Matter Protest

An estimated 30,000 Angelenos marched for Sunday, June 14th’s All Black Lives Matter protest. This event was a show of support for the racial justice movement in general and for the LGBTQ+ Black community in particular. The anti-racism solidarity march stretched from Hollywood to West Hollywood. West Hollywood was originally was set to host the LA Pride Parade, as it has every year since 1970, before it was canceled due to the coronavirus.

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Brilliant & Bold Dream Home in Silver Lake’s Ivanhoe School District

This breathtaking and stunningly rehabbed dream home is located in a spectacular Silver Lake location, just minutes to the exclusive Ivanhoe Elementary School, the Silver Lake Reservoir, plus all the best shops and restaurants along Rowena Avenue.

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Mid-Century in Silver Lake Steps From the Reservoir

This stunning mid-century modern home was designed by acclaimed architect Eugene Choy in 1954 and has been restored to its original design with an immaculate attention to detail.

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An Urban Farmer’s Dream Home on a Sprawling 10,806 Sq. Ft. Lot

An urban farmer’s dream home on the Eagle Rock/Highland Park border. This charming two bed, one bath cottage is sited on a sprawling 10,806 sq. ft. lot offering sweeping canyon and mountain vistas and endless possibilities.

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Laurel Canyon Storybook Gem by Architect Charles H. Kyson – 8012 Lark Lane

This ultra charming and altogether artistic storybook-style gem was designed by renowned architect Charles H. Kyson. Kyson was a native Angeleno, born in 1883, and was a major influence in the early construction of homes in the Hollywood Hills in the 1920s. This three bedroom home was built in 1924 making it one of the very first homes built in the hillside neighborhood of Laurel Canyon.

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