Sunday, February 1, 2015

Home & History

A Groovy Echo Park Pad Offered for Sale


The grooviest house on the market! This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom Echo Park home has soaring open-beamed ceilings and clerestory windows to let the sunshine in. A seamless floor plan makes for free-and-easy flow; downstairs living, dining and kitchen open to a tiki oasis patio that’s shrouded in bamboo. Read More »

Is the flipper-fueled Eastside housing market cooling down?


Which L.A. neighborhoods will be the hottest this year when it comes to home prices and sales?  You won’t find any on the Eastside, according Redfin’s Hottest Neighborhoods of 2015 Report. The national real estate brokerage  said that this year’s  five hottest L.A. neighborhoods will be ... Read More »

Fully renovated historic Angelino Heights duplex now showing

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A historic duplex, fully renovated with an enormous yard, in coveted Angelino Heights is now available. This well loved 2,100 square-foot, two-unit property is a close distance to Echo Park, Echo Park Lake and Downtown L.A. and offers a respite from city living with fruit trees, ample yard for parties and creature comforts. Read More »

Mount Washington haven with pool and views open Saturday


It’s your time…you’ve earned it. Your own private compound complete with stellar northwestern views, a real swimmer’s pool and studio ready for your every creative project. Wind up the gated drive to multi-car parking, two stories of renovated entertainer’s haven with glorious flow to balconies, wedding-sized patio and two more individual suites. Make this your multi-generation resort with personal space for everyone or bring your creative crew for the synergy and inspiration of an out-of-the-box professional environment. Read More »

A chunk of Echo Park now going for $2.85 million


ECHO PARK — It’s been a few years since any new housing has been built along Sunset Boulevard in the central part of Echo Park.  The last new project, the Sunset 5 at Sunset and Portia Street, was built more than five years ago, with no ... Read More »