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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Can Silver Lake’s million-dollar homes find buyers as market cools off?

The Southern California housing market has gone soft this spring but apparently that has not worried a trio of Silver Lake property owners who within the last 10 days put their houses up for sale at asking prices above $ 1 million. Here’s are the homes that want to join Silver Lake’s Million Dollar Club:

Asking price: $1.049 million
Location: 1761 Silver Lake Drive
Size: 2 bedrooms; 2 baths
The pitch: “Entertaining both inside and out will be pure enjoyment with the state of the art kitchen and appliances. Built originally for Mark Spohn, a commercial real estate magnate, this masterpiece is perfect for those who appreciate only the best.”

Asking price: $1.495 million
Location: 2327 Ewing Street
Size: 4 bedrooms; 3 baths
The pitch: “The current owners were contacted by the New York Times, Los Angeles times and Dwell magazine to showcase this homes creative beauty upon final completion. Once this home receives final occupancy, the new owners can showcase their home to the modern world if they choose. Walls of glass doors offer optimal views of the Silver Lake hills & reservoir.”
Asking price: $1.699 million
Location: 1867 Lucile Avenue
Size: 4 bedrooms; six baths
The pitch: “Home includes a bonus multi-purpose level with full bath that is presently being used as an office with meeting area but could be converted to gym/maid’s/nanny’s/in-laws’/guest quarters. Fantastic hills location is high enough for views and privacy, yet close enough to stroll down to Silver Lake’s popular restaurants, cafes and shops.”

Photos from theMLS.com/Refin.com



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  1. So, the Ewing listing is unfinished? Good luck getting a loan on that.

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