Inside Look: Los Feliz Homes For Sale
October 1, 2014 § Leave a comment
First on the list is this gorgeous property located at 2330 Inverness Avenue.
The mid-century modern was recently renovated into an all-new contemporary space.
The open floorplan is flooded with light and warmed by the rich tones of the wood, tile and stone finishes.
Walls of glass open to a huge pool and outdoor entertaining areas for dining and lounging. The yard is ringed in bamboo for privacy and sits along a private driveway, as described on MLS. It’s on the market for $2.195.
Next on the list is 4520 Dundee Drive.
Los Feliz homes are for the most part architectural beauties built in the 1920s for screen stars working in Hollywood studios. 4520 Dundee Drive is accredited as Historical Cultural Monument number 674. It was built by Architect Edward Fickett in 1966 and is the first contemporary structure to receive Landmark Status by the City of Los Angeles.
MLS describes the site as a private, intact original post and beam masterpiece. “The Jacobson Residence” embodies the distinguishing characteristics of Fickett’s work; custom designed light fixtures, clerestory windows, room partitions, walnut paneling, built-in amenities such as bar and music storage, aggregate stone paving, large wrap-around decks and interior atrium positioned to allow soft light into areas of the home. Commanding landmark views, a swimmers pool, and separate guest/office quarters with three bedrooms, 2 baths, a study, and private entertainment pavilion.
It is powered by solar panels and skylights to serve today’s lifestyle, and sited on one of the finest architectural streets in prime Los Feliz with a 13,000+ square foot lot. It’s on the market for $3.3M.
Last Los Feliz house of note this week is 2541 Chislehurst Place.
Its 1989 build date makes this the newest of the selection. The modern 4,000 square foot home is located in the Los Feliz Hills with dramatic Downtown views. Its spacious floor plans include 4 bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, 4 bathrooms, plus a den and an office with a roof deck for entertaining. It’s listed for $2.29 and is open for viewing.
Beautiful sweeping views of the Los Angeles skyline can be seen from several rooms.
These three are stellar examples of what Los Feliz homes have to offer: some of LA’s most interesting historic architecture.