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1928 Spanish by Frankie Faulkner Overlooking the Silver Lake Reservoir Asking $1.1 Million

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There weren't a whole lot of women practicing architecture in Los Angeles back in the 1920s. You had Julia Morgan, obviously, and Lutah Maria Riggs, Edla Muir, and Edith Mortensen Northman. Another name to add to that short list would be Frankie Faulkner, the architect of several residences in Hollywood and Silver Lake, including this 1928 Spanish. Located in the Moreno Highlands section of Silver Lake, the 2,426-square-foot house features three bedrooms, two and a half baths, hardwood and tile floors, arched doorways and windows, beamed ceilings, wrought-iron detailing, colorful vintage tile, two fireplaces, built-ins, reservoir views, and a rose garden. Sited on a 5,669-square-foot lot, it's asking $1.1 million.

· 2210 Moreno Drive [Official Site]