Posts Tagged ‘Feliz’

4 Sale – 4301 Los Feliz Blvd #5, Los Angeles, CA 90027, $725,000 2 beds, 3 baths

Friday, November 14th, 2014

1590 sqft, 2 beds, 3 baths, condo in Los Angeles, CA – Los Feliz
Trulia Real Estate Search – Los Angeles

Curbed – new to market: 1920s Mediterranean in Los Feliz Lists for $5MM

Sunday, November 2nd, 2014

According to its listing, this 1927 Mediterranean Revival on Los Feliz’s fancy Nottingham Avenue hasn’t been on the market for 67 years. Designed by William Charles Tanner, architect of the landmark Arzner-Morgan Residence, the 5,493-square-foot home offers five bedrooms and five baths; a grand living room with fluted ceilings, arched doorways, and a hand-crafted fireplace; a quaint wood-paneled bar/entertainment lounge; Australian gumwood doors and windows; hardwood floors; beautiful original hardware and wrought-iron detailing; built-ins galore; a solar-heated pool/spa; numerous “gardens, terraces and entertainment patios;” and views out the wazoo. Occupying a .43-acre lot, it’s asking $ 4.997 million.

· 2580 NOTTINGHAM Ave [Redfin]

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Curbed – That’s Rather Lovely: Gorgeous 1927 Hacienda in Los Feliz Asking $3.5 Million

Monday, October 13th, 2014

Here’s some nice daydream fodder for your Friday afternoon. Located on Los Feliz’s fancy Nottingham Avenue, this prize property was designed in 1927 by John William Chard, a high-society architect whose commissions included Pasadena’s historic Walter Candy Residence, as well as many grand estates in Beverly Hills. Per the listing, the 4,270-square-foot Spanish features four bedrooms, three and a half baths, a step-down living room, a library/media room, an office, hardwood and tile floors, two fireplaces, original tile and ironwork, carved archways, French doors, and a central courtyard, while its .29-acre lot contains a swimming pool, spa, bocce ball court, and “a grapevine-covered pergola.” Last sold in 1997 for $ 1.07 million, it’s now asking $ 3.495 million.

· 2417 Nottingham Ave [Official Site]
· 2417 Nottingham Avenue [Estately]

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Curbed – Brokerbabble: Real Estate Santa Loves You and He Brought You This Trio of Craftsman Bungalows in Los Feliz

Sunday, September 7th, 2014

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Hey, remember that itty-bitty bungalow on a walk street in Elysian Heights that was asking $ 449,00 back in June? (Its listing kicked off thusly: “Aug. 15th, 1999 NYC is where my life truly began. That’s when and where I met the love of my life and the mother of my children.”) As of yesterday, the 360-square-foot cottage closed sale at exactly its listing price, so congratulations to the new owners, the sellers, and to broker-poet Richard Wilkinson, who’s now touting a new listing—a compound with three Craftsman bungalows in the flats of Los Feliz. Take it away, Richard:

“Ever heard opportunity knock? Well, if you haven’t, now you can say you know what it looks like. Because it looks exactly like 4423, 4427 & 4429 Clayton. This is that special gift you asked the Real Estate Santa for so long ago & when it didn’t happen, you stopped believing. Well, Real Estate Santa loves you & he’s given you this: 2 adorable, yet separate CA Bungalows on 1 lot & right next door, he’s given you another CA Bungalow! That’s right, 3 homes right next door to each other, on 2 lots totaling 13,566 sqft. What will you do with this gift? Will you live in 1 unit, rent out the others & let them pay your mortgage? Or will you rent them all out & let the cash-flow wash over you like a cool mountain stream? Or will you put on your Developer-Hat & take this baby around the block & really see what’s possible on this well over a quarter of an acre of prime LA real estate? Real Estate Santa believes in you, now believe in him. IMPORTANT: $ 2.1mm is the price for 4423,4427 & 4429 Clayton.”


· 4423 Clayton Ave [Redfin]
· Echo Park Cottage Inspires Stirring Brokerbabble, Asks $ 449k [Curbed LA]

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Curbed – New to Market: Sharp Mid-Century Modern With Frank Gehry Connection Asking $1.4 Million in Los Feliz

Friday, July 25th, 2014

Per its listing description, this eye-catching mid-century modern in Los Feliz’s Franklin Hills was built by a USC architecture prof and two of his students, “one of whom was Frank Gehry.” Sited on a 5,000-square-foot lot near the Shakespeare Bridge and Marshall High School, the house features three bedrooms, two baths, vaulted beamed ceilings, slate and hardwood floors, clerestory windows, a gas fireplace, a saltwater lap pool with spa, and a two-car garage. The copy also mentions a bonus room with private deck on a separate level that’s “part of original build but not part of permitted square footage.” Last sold in 2003 for $ 780,000, it’s now asking $ 1.399 million.

· 3815 ALOHA St [Estately]

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4 Sale – 4321 Los Feliz Blvd #101, Los Angeles, CA 90027, $649,000 2 beds, 2 baths

Monday, May 5th, 2014

1406 sqft, 2 beds, 2 baths, condo in Los Angeles, CA – Los Feliz
Trulia Real Estate Search – Los Angeles

The Real Estalker – Jack Osbourne Flips Out in Los Feliz

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

SELLER: Jack Osbourne
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
PRICE: $ 2,998,000
SIZE: 4,810 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms

YOUR MAMAS NOTES: He only bought it (about) 2.5 years ago, in December 2011, for $ 2,820,000, but rock ‘n’ roll scion and reality t.v. denizen Jack Osbourne (Haunted Highway, Dancing With The Stars, I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! NOW!) flipped his house in L.A.’s Los Feliz area back on the open market yesterday with an asking price of $ 2.998 million. Current listing details show the gated and thoroughly renovated 1926 Spanish wraps itself around three sides of a central courtyard and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,810 square feet.*

A double-height entrance hall with vintage tile floors and a wrought iron railed staircase leads into a generously proportioned “formal” living room with chunky chimney breast with carved stone (or possibly poured concrete) mantelpiece. There are medium-toned hardwood floors underfoot and a muscular exposed wood ceiling with heavy duty trusses. The nearby formal dining room, where there’s a framed Union Jack on the wall, looks a wee compact for a house of this size but does connect conveniently through a pair of arched doorways directly into a very large and well-equipped center island kitchen.

The kitchen’s walls appear to be covered entirely in white subway tiles—which we love love love, the counter tops are a mix of black and white slab marble and the appliances high grade and commercial style. In addition to a two-stool snack counter at the double-wide center island there’s a built-in banquette for casual meals tucked up into the corner.

A wide archway in the kitchen leads through to a library/family room furnished with little more than an intricately patterned rug, a plush, navy blue section sofa, and a metallic coffee table we’d give our pinky toe to own. There are heavy wood beams across the ceiling and full wall, floor-to-ceiling with built-in book shelves nicely lined with actual books. Another and also wide archway smack in the center of the book shelf wall connects through to a home office (or something) that opens to a rear terrace.

There are two en suite guest and family bedrooms on the upper floor plus a roomy master suite with vintage-style bathroom and several sets of French doors that open to a slender veranda that overlooks the central courtyard. A separate and self-contained but attached guest house accessible via exterior staircase above the street-facing garage has wood floors, a vaulted and beamed ceiling, and a small but complete kitchen with two-burner stove top and under-counter refrigerator.

In addition to the multi-level central courtyard with fountain like plunge pool there’s a good-sized red brick terrace out the back of the house with an all stainless steel outdoor kitchen.

At the time Mister Osbourne and his then preggers fiancée and now wife, Lisa Stelly, purchased their Los Feliz residence word on the international real estate street was that he also owned a modest one bedroom apartment in London’s Marylebone area that he on the market for £610,000. (We don’t know the status of that apartment so don’t bother asking. However, if one of the children in the U.K. know, please do let us know and we’ll amend our discussion.)

*Inexplicably—at least we can’t explain it—listing details from the time of Mister Osbourne’s purchase shows the house has four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms in 4,074 square feet.

listing photos: Hilton & Hyland
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