1850 MALTMAN AVENUE
2 BEDROOMS – 1 BATH – $1,199,000
Here’s that mid-century modern you’ve been waiting for in Silver Lake! Perched right above Sunset Junction, north of Sunset Boulevard in the Moreno Highlands, this amazing pad is turn-key and ready to enjoy.
Once upon a time homes sold for about the same price in the Beverly Center-Miracle Mile area as they did in Silver Lake. My how times have changed… Continue reading
Have you seen a mid-century modern classic in the hills of Silver Lake for sale with an asking price under $1 million lately? Me either. It gets better… Continue reading
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Here comes a very cool 2 bedroom home in the hills of Silver Lake. Not on the MLS. First time on the market in 50 years. 2525 Lake View Avenue is in the Silver Lake Heights area of the neighborhood, … Continue reading
Right after the end of football season the home buying and selling season begins. In Los Angeles the season starts in February and hits its stride in early Spring. Buyer activity peaks in early Summer and remains strong well into months ending in “ember,” beyond when we move the clocks forward and the days get shorter. It starts earlier here and ends later than in most parts of the country. LA real estate buyers and sellers are not as seasonal as those in other places. Our famous Southern California weather has a lot to do with that. Continue reading
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Tagged Atwater Village Real Estate, Echo Park Homes For Sale, Silver Lake Realtor
The big news in California and the especially hot Northeast Los Angeles real estate market this year: welcome back. Welcome back to the mid 00’s. Home prices in Los Angeles County now equal or exceed those seen at the high-point of the market in 2006/2007 in most parts of town. Historically, home prices in California go up for a while and then they go down for a while. Every time they go back up the peak of the market is higher than the previous one. We are seeing that happen right now as property values and sales prices are hitting new highs in many neighborhoods.
The real estate market on what we loosely call the Eastside of Los Angeles last peaked in 2006/2007, crashed hard in 2008/2009, then “bounced along the bottom” from 2009 until the economic recovery started in late 2012. Prices started rising in most neighborhoods at the end of 2012 and have continued their ascent throughout 2013 and 2014.
2015 Real Estate Market Outlook
Will prices continue to rise in Los Angeles? Have they peaked? Is it a bubble? I’m not psychic, but all of the signals I see indicate prices will continue to rise in every Northeast Los Angeles neighborhood from Silver Lake to El Sereno, Echo Park to Eagle Rock, and everything in between. In an effort to figure it all out and put it all in perspective, here are the stats on 11 Eastside Los Angeles neighborhoods along with my perspective. Here are the ‘hoods in alphabetical order: Continue reading
Posted in Atwater Village, Cypress Park, Eagle Rock, Echo Park, El Sereno, Glassell Park, Highland Park, Lincoln Heights, Montecito Heights, Monterey Hills, Mt. Washington, Silver Lake
Tagged Eastside Real Estate Prices, NELA House Values
Silver Lake + Moreno Highlands + Ivanhoe Elementary School District. Not on MLS. Pocket Listing.
Set in prime Silver Lake, this 1920’s Spanish-style home is currently under renovation and being tastefully updated. The home features 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in nearly 3,000 square feet of living space. Its Moreno Highlands location is within the coveted Ivanhoe Elementary School District’s boundaries. Not on the MLS. Call 310-709-4128 or email Patrick Crane for details.
3305 Wood Terrace, Los Angeles, CA 90032 – 2BD/1BA – $699,000
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It is rare to see a turn-key home in Los Feliz under $700,000 hit the market these days; this one may just be a holiday gift for the persistent buyer still working while everyone else is on vacation.
Wood Terrace is a quiet little horseshoe-shaped street just off of Griffith Park Boulevard between Los Feliz Boulevard and Rowena Avenue, within walking distance of renowned eateries in both Los Feliz Village and Silver Lake.
The sunlit living room is bright and airy in the mornings with large round-top windows facing the sunrise. The wide plank wood flooring in the living room continues throughout the home. Continue reading
You may have seen this home when it was on the market last year in its pre-rehab state. You wouldn’t even recognize it today – what an amazing transformation! I had a chance to check this one out on Tuesday.
This 2 bedroom Silver Lake home is located at the south end of the reservoir just a few steps away from the walking/jogging path, recreation center and dog park. What an amazing location!
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Walk to it all from this conveniently-located duplex on Griffith Park Blvd. in Silver Lake. Join me this Sunday, January 12th, from 1-4 pm at 1905 Griffith Park Boulevard and see for yourself the many options and possibilities this great … Continue reading
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If you’re looking for a home in Silver Lake with infinite possibilities, here you go! Configured to be used as either a single-family home or a duplex, this Moreno Highlands Country English in the Ivanhoe Elementary School District is back … Continue reading
Here’s a great house on a great street in the Ivanhoe Elementary School District area of Silver Lake. Lanterman Terrace is one of my favorite streets in the neighborhood, for a number of reasons. First off, there are great representations of many of the architectural styles we see in Silver Lake. You will see 21st century modern “architectural” homes, an architecturally-significant mid-century post and beam or two, 1920’s Spanish-style homes, and more than a few “traditionals” from the 30’s and 40’s. Lanterman Terrace sees far less vehicle traffic than the major pass-through streets up the hill, and there’s a public stairway connecting the Lanterman and Panorama Terraces.