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Lush & Lively Architectural Home with Pool in Los Feliz Oaks | 5538 Green Oak Dr.

The small enclave of Los Feliz Oaks was originally known as Rancho Los Feliz, one of the first land grants in California. Given in 1795 by Spanish Governor Pedro Fages to José Vicente Feliz, one of the first Spanish settlers in California. One notable home is the Los Feliz Adobe, built in 1930 an old adobe house built in the 1830s by heirs of Feliz that still stands in Griffith Park at the Park Ranger’s Headquarters. Today, the neighborhood is a close-knit hillside community known for its many architecturally significant homes and easy access into the park and the Hollywood Sign.

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Architectural & Designer-Done Brilliance at Los Feliz Oaks Stunner | 5698 Holly Oak Drive

Set atop a secluded hillside in the Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood of the Hollywood Hills, this remarkably unique home is a true departure from the everyday. Reimagined from top to bottom by the great Rubin Studio, every surface exudes substance and style.

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Peaceful & Private Moroccan-Inspired Sanctuary in Los Feliz Oaks | 5867 Canyon Cove

This 1920s Spanish-style home is located in the serene Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood, just south of the Hollywood Sign. The two bedroom home is a true gem that offers a charming and emotional atmosphere. A sanctuary of a home, the property also includes an exquisite Moroccan-inspired backyard that is a beautiful escape that simply delights the senses.

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Enchanting Spanish Colonial in Los Feliz Oaks |  5613 Valley Oak Drive

A rare offering has just hit the market in the exclusive Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood of the Hollywood Hills. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac and directly neighboring architect Lloyd Wright’s iconic Samuel Novarro House, this modern Spanish Colonial oasis is a 2 bedroom beauty with updated custom finishes and tranquil outdoor spaces.

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A Work of Art: Modern Architectural Cabin in Los Feliz Oaks

Recently profiled in the Los Angeles Times and Curbed LA, this modern cabin in the coveted Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles is a visual delight and an artistic triumph from the trailblazing Shanghainese architect Tony Ngai.

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Los Feliz Oaks Mid-Century Modern – 5750 Briarcliff Road

This spectacular mid-century home is located in a wonderful hillside neighborhood, the small enclave of Brush Canyon, between the coveted Los Feliz Oaks and Beachwood Canyon communities. It enjoys all the perks of both neighborhoods

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For Lease: Romantic Cottage on the Los Feliz/Beachwood Border – $4,500/mo.

Located in a secluded cul-de-sac on that sweet spot where Los Feliz, Los Feliz Oaks, and Beachwood Canyon all seem to converge, this gated and private tree-top hideaway contains two bedrooms plus a separate bonus studio or home office with a full bath.

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Hollywood Hills Arts & Crafts Craftsman Compound – 2209 Canyon Dr

This incredible Hollywood Hills craftsman compound was built in 1904 at the height of the Arts & Crafts movement. 2209 Canyon Drive is a resort-like property on a large, lush and verdant 0.65 acre lot and consists of a four bedroom main house, a guest cottage, recording studio, gym, and a library. All are separate structures which adds to the uniqueness of this rare and wondrous Los Angeles find.

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Moby’s Red Oak Manor in Los Feliz – 5509 Red Oak Drive

After an extensive two year renovation lead by the creative vision of singer/songwriter, animal rights activist, Little Pine restaurant owner, and now residential designer Moby, Red Oak Manor returns to the market looking more superior than ever. The 1926 five bedroom home is located in Los Feliz’s Oaks neighborhood and is surrounded by a verdant forest of trees that creates an indelible impression of peaceful, quiet, and private removal from Los Angeles city life.

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Marmol Radziner Restored Mid-Century Modern in The Oaks

The sophistication and grace of mid-century modernism is a timeless aesthetic, yet the priceless style can become deteriorated or destroyed due to neglect or misguided renovations. The team at Marmol Radziner, who meticulously restored this mid-century home in the coveted Oaks enclave in the Hollywood Hills, have reinstated and reinvigorated the style and taste of some of Southern California’s most famous mid-century residences by master architects such as Rudolph Schindler, John Lautner, and Richard Neutra.

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