Franklin Hills, an enchanting mix of 1920s' to mid-century homes.

Franklin Hills, an enchanting mix of 1920s' to mid-century homes. Most people have heard of Los Feliz CA, but not everyone is familiar with Franklin Hills, an enchanting mix of 1920s'to mid-century homes. This historic neighborhood is located east of the Village of Los Feliz and is filled with hillside homes with views in every direction.

Franklin Hills area of Los Feliz in the 1920's The Shakespeare Bridge serves as a gateway to Franklin Hills along Franklin Avenue between Talmadge Avenue and St George Streets. Originally build in 1926, the Gothic style bridge was designated as Historic-Cultural Monument #126 in 1974. After the Northridge earthquake, the bridge was retrofitted but rebuilt in a way to preserve its historic appearance.

  Franklin Hills is a unique community which is particularly pedestrian friendly, at least if you're up for a real work out. The Franklin Hills Public Stairway system consists of a series of 14 staircases originally built in the 1920's to provide homeowners with pedestrian access to the trolley lines below. The trolley is no longer, but residents and visitors alike still use the stairways for exercise and as shortcuts from one section of the neighborhood to another. Currently there are 10 properties for sale in the Franklin Hills area of Los Feliz:
Address Price Beds Baths Square footage Lot Size
1423 Sanborn $599,000 3 3.00 2,610 13,700
2169 LYRIC $624,900 3 1.75 1,488 3,970
2222 LYRIC $589,900 3 3.00 2,188 3,580
2246 LYRIC $750,000 3 2.00 1,988 6,490
2300 Ronda Vista $789,000 3 3.00 1,868 5,096
3927 MELBOURNE $789,000 2 2.00 1,472 4,486
2320 CLAREMONT $869,000 3 1.50 1,503 4,748
2449 LYRIC $918,000 3 2.50 2,490 4,350
1849 HOLLYVISTA $997,000 3 2.50 2,100 3,833

The best  by far is the house at 2246 Lyric Avenue.

2246 Lyric Ave is the best deal in Franklin Hills

This Mid-century  Franklin Hills classic rests on 1 ½ lots with sweeping views and loads lf natural light.  The open dining/living room has an original teak built-in bookcase to show case your favorite items. On the main level you’ll also find two large bedrooms and an original tiled bath.  Downstairs is a large 3rd bedroom, laundry room, huge den, office, workshop and storage space. There is even additional space in the basement below so you’ll never run out of place to store things and still have room to park in the garage!

Most homes on this side of the street have no useable yard but this house has a fenced patio complete with fruit trees and fountain. This spacious view home is also in the Franklin Elementary School district.  Come and make it your own.

For more information on this property, Silver Lake, Echo Park, Los Feliz, and surrounding areas, contact me directly at 213-215-4758 or check out LApropertySolutions.com Jenny Durling signature Jenny Durling Broker Associate L.A. Property Solutions 213-215-4758 LApropertySolutions.com Copyright © 2010 By Jenny Durling *All Rights Reserved * Franklin Hills, an enchangint mix of 1920's to mid-centruy homes

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