Rosey Jones

Small lot, big design.  The urban landscape of Echo Park is getting a new, sleek look these days.

Dining area

We present Rosey Jones, a collection of 7 single family modern homes on 3 levels, a rooftop deck, and plenty of design details.

Located just south of Mohawk Bend and east of Echo Park Lake, each home offers sweeping views of DTLA and proximity to the city.

A collaboration between Sunia Homes, sheet/rockLA, and a local investor, these 3 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath homes vary in price from $779,000 to $989,000 based on location and yard amenity, but the same basic floor plan on 1,624 square feet remains constant.

On the 1st floor, you’ll find a bedroom with bath en suite and a separate area for 2-car parking.

Bedroom 2 detail

On the 2nd floor sits the master bedroom suite, another bedroom with bath en suite, and a balcony.

Bedroom 1


Bedroom 2

One floor up, you’ll find the main living and dining areas, a linear kitchen, a pantry and washer-dryer nook, a powder bath, and another spacious balcony.

Living-dining area

Wide plank French oak floors throughout, Heath tile accents, and Caesarstone kitchen counters shine in the 3rd-floor living space. A Bosch cooktop, stove, hood (disguised in white), and dishwasher are included with each home.

powder bath-rooftop detail

And, finally, an exterior staircase leads you to a rooftop deck with gorgeous views of DTLA.


Optional upgrades can be added to the home, including a Brendan Ravenhill cord chandelier in the dining area, a Bosch fridge and/or washer/dryer, and wooden rooftop decking.

For a private showing, please contact Jovelle Schaffer at (213) 718-1110 or via email at

Eddie Kohan, of Kohan & Associates, represents the Sellers.

1621 1/2 Rockwood Street

When searching for an ideal starter near DTLA, there are probably a few boxes you want checked. You’re most likely looking for something older with character, that still has modern amenities. Two bedrooms are a definite, maybe a little more. You’d likely want something in the middle of it all, but on a quiet street. If it’s eco-friendly, that’s a big plus too. Well, consider your wish fulfilled.

1621 rockwood front

1621 1/2 Rockwood Street is that top-floor unit in Echo Park’s historic Filipinotown. Coming to market at $479,000 this two bedroom, 1 bath condo has a lot to offer, starting with a killer view.

1621 rockwood view

Luckily, it’s just as gorgeous within. Large casement windows allow the sun to shine bright on an open bamboo-laden floor plan.

1621 rockwood dining

1621 rockwood living

Right off the dining room is a cozy nook great for an office space so you can keep the second bedroom free for guests.1621 rockwood nook

The kitchen includes stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and plenty of cabinetry. The small breakfast bar area is great whether you’re enjoying morning cereal or entertaining guests before dinner.

1621 rockwood kitchen

The bamboo and bright lighting continue on into both bedrooms, each with mirrored closets.

1621 rockwood master 1621 rockwood bed

Having just crossed the century mark you’d be happy to know you get modern eco-friendly updates including solar panels, a tankless water heater, and dual-pane windows.

1621 rockwood bath

1621 rockwood laundry

Having your own gated parking area also guarantees never having to find street parking.

1621 rockwood back

For a private showing, please contact Jovelle Schaffer at or call (213) 718-1110.

Jovelle Schaffer of Sotheby’s Los Feliz represents the Seller.

2120 Avon Street

Front - 2120 Avon

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.

Living Room

A double-sided fireplace anchors the living room and showcases natural light throughout the home.

side view - kitchen

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.

Outdoor dining

Simple design can be witnessed in the first floor bedroom, with a sitting nook close by.

1st floor bedroom

On the second story, two well-sized bedrooms vie for your attention.

You realize you’re in a modernist tree house.

bedroom 2 sitting area

glass hallwaybedroom 3

master bathroom

water feature

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

Jacqueline Tager of Sotheby’s Los Feliz represents the Sellers.

1030 West Edgeware Road

At the intersection of hipsterdom and Americana sits 1030 West Edgeware Road. Built in 1908, this Angeleno Heights Craftsman hits all the right marks for a place to dig in, lay some roots, and enjoy a cup of sustainably grown organic dark roast.

1030 Edgeware Front

Coming to market at $699,000 is about what you would expect to pay in our current environment for a modest 1,454 square foot home. Thankfully it’s well laid-out in a way that offers plenty of living space for its 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

1030 Edgeware Living

As expected, modern updates have been made, while still preserving the majority of period details. Lovely dark wood floors and accents offer nice contrast to bright walls and plenty of natural light.

1030 Edgeware Kitchen

Keeping things clean, you’ll find all the white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances your heart desires in the kitchen.

1030 Edgeware Den

The rest of the first floor is occupied by a bedroom that is just as happy to be used as an office or den, and a lovely bathroom with high wainscoting and a green clawfoot tub.

1030 Edgeware Bath

Upstairs, you’ll find 2 well-sized bedrooms and another clawfoot tub to soak away any worries.

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 2

2nd floor bathroom

Lastly, if you’d like to admire your home from afar, why not enjoy outdoor entertaining and dinner parties from this handsome perch?


For private showings, please contact Jovelle Schaffer at or (213) 718-1110.

Alison Moss-Huddy of Nourmand & Associates has the listing.

1932 Talmadge Street

Space. You want it, this delivers. At nearly 3,500 square feet of usefully laid out interior space – outside Laughlin Park – it is hard to find in Los Feliz.

1932 Talmadge Front evening

With four over-sized bedrooms, three and a half baths and additional room to spare, this Traditional 1930s home has been tastefully updated enough to more than justify its $1,679,000 asking price. Located in Franklin Hills, surrounding Shakespeare Bridge and proximal to Los Feliz Village, you’ll find this 2-story beauty.

1932 Talmadge Kitchen

Walking in the front door places you in the heart of any home, the kitchen. With polished quartzite countertops, stainless steel appliances including built-in wine fridge, and an assortment of custom cabinetry that includes a breakfast nook, you may just want to do all your entertaining here.

1932 Talmadge Dining

Of course, if you did decide to sit down to a formal dinner, the dining room is more than accommodating, with a fireplace that will really help set a mood.

1932 Talmadge Study

You’ll also find a well-appointed study and a more than adequately sized bed and full bath (along with a separate half) downstairs as well, which is perfect for in-laws, au pairs, or any other welcomed guests.

1932 Talmadge bottom bed

But the highlight will undoubtedly be the ginormous living room with vaulted ceilings and exposed knotty-pine beams.

1932 Talmadge Living

Upstairs you’ll find two large bedrooms with a Jack-and-Jill bathroom. You may be surprised to discover one of these bedroom is actually larger than the master. These rooms also share a balcony that faces out to treetop views and the Griffith Park Observatory.

1932 Talmadge bed 2 1932 Talmadge Bath 2

1932 Talmadge Bed 3

Of course, size doesn’t mean everything. Particularly when you have a master suite fitted with built-in reading lamps, views of the grassy backyard, and a bathroom that rivals the Four Seasons (3 shower heads, a spa tub, and an ample walk-in closet).

1932 Talmadge Master bed

1932 Talmadge Master Bath

Sure it’s subjective, but there is something overwhelmingly confident about an open shower.

1932 Talmadge Master closet

Located on a 5,800 square foot lot, you’ll be happy to know there is still plenty of outdoor space that includes both a sizable courtyard, pre-wired for a TV, and plenty of flat, hillside greenery in the backyard.

The home is included within the prestigious Franklin Avenue Elementary school district.

Franklin Hills lawn

For a private showing, please contact Jovelle Schaffer at or call (213) 718-1110.

Additional photos may be viewed here.

Jovelle Schaffer of Sotheby’s Los Feliz is the listing agent.