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Serene Silver Lake Spanish-style seeks $3.35M

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Overlooking the Silver Lake Reservoir

The entrance features a grand archway, mirrored throughout the interior.
Photos by DISC Interiors, courtesy of Courtney Smith and Kurt Wisner / Compass

Among the few women practicing architecture in Los Angeles in the 1920s and ’30s was Frankie Faulkner. The New York-native designed several Spanish Colonial Revival-style homes in Silver Lake, including this 1928 beauty in the Moreno Highlands.

Spanning 2,833 square feet, the tile-roofed home holds four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. Remodeled in 2016 by local design firm DISC Interiors, it now features a more subdued and neutral palette, along with hand-made tile and custom hardware.

Still intact are arched doorways and windows, including a large storybook window in the living room, where there’s also a beamed barrel ceiling and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace.

On a 5,663 square feet overlooking the Silver Lake Reservoir, the outside areas include “a Provencal garden [that] surrounds a saltwater pool” and terraced patios [with] entertainment and lounge spaces, making this an ideal place to spend sunny days.”

The asking price is $3.35 million.

Period details include an arched storybook window and beamed barrel ceiling.

A 2016 remodel brought contemporary details, including hand-made tile and custom hardware.
The yard holds a saltwater pool.