The influence of the Middle East is a rarity in the architecture of Southern California, however a few can be found if you look hard enough! The influence of popular films e.g. Continue Reading
Pueblo Spanish Revival style home originally built in 1924. A restoration in 2004-2005 brought out the full potential of the property. Until recently it was used as a house of Continue Reading
Hidden behind a high hedge with a beguiling, almost secret entryway, the Mediterranean Revival style house originally built in 1926 has been the home of actor Crispin H. Glover since Continue Reading
c.1928 The Spanish Colonial Revival style was predominant and most-favored in Southern California during the 1920s, largely a result of its proximity to Mexico and Latin America, and the romanticism Continue Reading
Stunning 1926 Mediterranean rumored to have been built by Antonio Moreno as a convenient love shack for sexual dalliance. The actor, who married oil heiress Daisy Canfield in 1923, now Continue Reading
This home was originally built in 1924 but has been transformed with lots of pizzazz and designer elements. There are lots of surprises: the obvious trapezoid window, painted plywood floors, Continue Reading
The Spanish Colonial Revival style never fails to capture my attention! Built in 1926, the use of color against a lovely green hedge is most appealling.
Very special little Norman ‘castle’ in the Moreno Highlands of Silver Lake. Built in 1926, the house is especially appealing as a result of exceptional maintenance, lovely gardens and fine Continue Reading
This ‘little white castle’ built in 1927 sits atop Angelus Avenue and has undergone a recent restoration. The owners, Writer Tony DiMarco (Happy Days) and his lovely wife Donna, were Continue Reading
Silver Lake has an abundance of small ‘castles’ throughout its neighborhoods. French, Norman, Tudor, and especially Spanish architectural motifs dot our hillsides. This Norman beauty was built in 1926, and Continue Reading
Handsome 1924 Mediterranean Revival Style Duplex sensitively restored by Silver Lake Architect Tom Blanchard.