Archives for: Architecture & Design

1406 Carroll Avenue

Carroll Avenue, home to the beautiful Victorians that once occupied Bunker Hill, not to mention Don Draper’s childhood haunt and, to a lesser extent, the witches of Charmed. While not one of the famed Victorians, this beautiful 1922 Craftsman is stunning in its own right. And with 2 bedrooms*, one and a half bathrooms in […]

1919 Cerro Gordo Street

The description for this home may call it Silver Lake, but the boundary lines tell another story – 1919 Cerro Gordo Street is all Echo Park, baby! Why they be hatin’? Maybe they are worried that the nearly $1.3 million asking price is just wee-high for Echo Park? Possibly, but I’d say it has a […]

1945 Cerro Gordo Street

There are many positives to living in the hills of Silver Lake, Elysian Heights, and the like. The streets are predominantly residential and light on traffic, which helps keep neighborhoods quiet, not to mention a lot of trees that help keep temperatures down and privacy up. If there is one issue with these homes, it’s […]

1911 Bellevue Avenue

You’ve heard the term “you’ll know it when you see it.” It can stand for many things — from the correct place to make a turn to true love. The same holds true in real estate. Sometimes things are tangible, other times not so much. And, when you find something that feels right, you just […]