How do you live like a king in Los Angeles? By living like the mayor of Los Angeles, of course! From artful Instagram snaps to curating KCRW guest DJ sets to educating you on El Niño sandbag locations, Eric Garcetti typifies the true Angeleno.
Now you can own his home.
Coming to market at a cool $1,650,000, the Garcetti-Wakeland Residence is a 3 bed, 2 bath post-and-beam in 1,900 interior sq. ft. and on over half an acre of land.
The 1953-year-built home was originally designed by Daniel L. Dworsky, FAIA with the most recent renovation by SCI-Arc alum Elissa Scrafano.
The sylvan home comes with all the mid-century trappings you’d expect — walls of glass, exposed rafters, linear everything — yet manages to be sustainable and forward-thinking with its solar panels, terraced veggie garden, and tankless water heater.
A double-sided fireplace anchors the living room and showcases natural light throughout the home.
Canyon views remain constant from a well-sized cook’s kitchen.
Outdoors, you can admire the hillside while picking fresh herbs or citrus.
A deck makes for the perfect al fresco dining spot.
Simple design can be witnessed in the first floor bedroom, with a sitting nook close by.
On the second story, two well-sized bedrooms vie for your attention.
You realize you’re in a modernist tree house.
Outdoors, you can enjoy the sounds of a simple fountain, those sweeping canyon views, and contemplate the following:
Years before they lived in Silver Lake and a good decade before mayoral residency at the Getty House in Windsor Square, the Council District 13 president lived in Echo Park with his wife Amy. The year was 2000, and the little neighborhood of Echo Park had not yet reached critical mass.
For a private showing, please contact Jovelle Schaffer at (213) 718-1110 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jacqueline Tager of Sotheby’s Los Feliz represents the Sellers.