This humble little one-bedroom home is cozy on the inside, but it’s built on a surprisingly large lot, with plenty of room for gardening or enjoying the hillside views. It has been thoroughly updated since it last sold in 2014.
One of only nine residences designed by architect W. Earl Wear, this hillside home has been restored to pristine condition. It features built-in furniture, two fireplaces, walls of glass, a wrap-around deck, and glorious views. Asking price is $888K.
On Thursday, we asked you to guess the asking price of this three-bedroom home in Mount Washington. A few people guessed the correct answer right on the nose. Though it's less than 1,400 square feet, the renovated house sits on a half-acre lot.
In another edition of Pricespotter, Curbed's listing price guessing game, we ask you to guess how much this Spanish-style home in Mount Washington is asking. It's recently received a pretty thorough overhaul and features a scenic detached deck.
This tall three-bedroom home was constructed in 1962 by architecture student Emil Dutko. Its design incorporates plenty of glass and hardwood, along with red brick and cork flooring. A pleasant-looking back deck is tucked into the steep hillside.
Siip on a pair of those sexy blue booties! This fall's tour offers up-close looks at nine notable homes in Silver Lake, Echo Park, and Mt. Washington designed by John Lautner, Harwell Hamilton Harris, RM Schindler, Gregory Ain, and James DeLong
On a half-acre lot, the landmark home has five bedrooms, three baths, and stunning views. It was built by the architectural firm led by Mendel Meyer and Philip Holler, who later designed Sid Grauman's Egyptian and Chinese Theatres in Hollywood.
We first saw this place when it went up for sale last year for $590,000. It was easy to see that the dwelling was fixing to cause a bidding war, and boy, did it. Now, the finished, flipped product is back on the market.
Redfin has found that three of the "hottest" neighborhoods for flipping houses in the country last year were in Los Angeles—they rank Mt. Washington and Silver Lake as second and third, respectively, in terms of the gains made by house flippers.