Eastside Property: Silver Lake Schindler house returns to market with an even lower price

Silver Lake’s  How House –  a 1925 designed home designed by modernist legend R.M. Schindler –  display’s the architect expertise in creating a showpiece out of concrete and glass.  But, in recent years, it’s the home’s plunging price – not the architecture – that have generated attention. In 2008, the four-bedroom  house on the 2400 block of Silver Ridge Avenue was put up for sale at $4.995 million after being restored.  But that rich price put off buyers, and the price chopping ensued a million dollars at a time. A year ago, the How House returned to the market listed at $1.695 million but apparently no sale took place. Now, the home is back on the market at $1.495 million, according to Redfin.  Is the fifth time (or is it the sixth?) the charm?


  1. Schindler’s Listing.

  2. Wow. I can’t believe no one has snapped that up — a gorgeous house.

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