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Los Village Triplex with Restored 1890s Farmhouse

All three units of this exquisite triplex will be delivered vacant. A rare and wonderful income property opportunity in the very heart of Los Feliz Village. The rear portion of the property is a historic and restored farmhouse built in 1890, making it one of the very first – if not the first – homes in Los Feliz Village. It’s absolutely an owner-user’s dream; a separate entrance, gated compound with a standalone bungalow, bonus studio, and a large private yard.

From the street, there are two light-filled Spanish-style apartments that each have one bedroom, one bath, laundry, offices, and outdoor space.

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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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Just Listed: Laurel Canyon Eco-Friendly Celebrity Retreat | 8459 Ridpath Drive

Welcome to the LA Green House, a modern and organic luxury retreat originally built in 1924 and recently re-imagined by Interform Architecture utilizing exclusively green and eco-friendly design principles.

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Marvelous Spanish Estate in Los Feliz Hills – 4101 Parva Avenue

This absolutely gorgeous 1930s Spanish-style home is in a fabulous Los Feliz Hills location, high above the boulevard, and just below Griffith Park. The private and gated four bedroom home is sited on a large .34 acre lot and contains four bedrooms, plus a private guest suite, a luxurious saltwater pool, rolling green lawn, Downtown Los Angeles views, multiple patios, and enchanting outdoor areas primed for entertaining.

 

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Amazing Investor or Fixer Opportunity in Eagle Rock / Highland Park – 6036 Eucalyptus Lane

An amazing investor or user fixer opportunity awaits in a highly sought after Eagle Rock/Highland Park location. Close proximity to hotspots including Café de Leche, Hermosillo, Little Beast, Amara Kitchen, Cindy’s, and more.

Step up a flight of secret stairs and into your own artistic sanctuary. An inspirational retreat built circa 1923 on bucolic Eucalyptus Lane. The street was once described by urban historian Charles Fleming in Secret Stairs: A Walking Guide to the Historic Staircases of Los Angeles as, “Topanga Canyon living in the heart of Eagle Rock.”

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Magnificent Spanish-style Home in Los Feliz – 4250 Los Nietos Dr

One of the finest Spanish-style homes to hit the market in Los Feliz in ages, this breathtaking beauty checks off all the boxes: privacy, pool, location, and space. The home is located on a cul-de-sac in one of the most sought after locations of Los Feliz, on a quiet and rarely tread street just a short stroll from Little Dom’s but seemingly a world away from all the action of the city.

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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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Stylish Cape Cod Traditional with Silver Lake Reservoir Views

This Cape Cod inspired Traditional home has stunning Silver Lake Reservoir views, a sleek and sexy style, three large bedrooms, and wonderful outdoor entertaining areas.

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1920s Modernist & Cubist Hollywood Dell Home | 6460 Odin St.

This gated and private modernist home was designed by architect Irving Gill in 1923, making it one of the very first homes in the Hollywood Dell enclave of the Hollywood Hills.

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Spellbinding 1930s Storybook Tudor Revival in Los Feliz Hills

Old Hollywood glamour and timeless Tudor Revival magic are on full display in this gorgeous Los Feliz Hills home. Built in 1934 by F. Scott Crowhurst, the house is an architectural gem like something out of a storybook fairytale. In fact, the architect was also behind the design of the Walt Disney Estate on Woking Way. The two homes are actually less than half a mile away from one another.

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