No, I don't mean remove all the furniture and paint everything white… I mean, remove all the distractions so your potential buyers can see themselves and their own possessions in your Los Feliz home and not be distracted by yours.
Take down the family photos and replace them with something neutral. Pack your trophies and collections. And if you've gone wild with paint color, do repaint to a neutral tone.
It doesn't have to be stark white, just a neutral gray or beige that could allow furniture of any color without a major clash. The turquoise and may have been perfect with your furniture and lifestyle but not everyone can imagine themselves in such a bright environment.
No doubt you’ve heard this a million times but I have to say it again,...
In 1978 a small group of people recognized that life was becoming increasingly international. Because they wanted their children to be prepared to function well in that environment, they wanted a school that would provide the necessary education.
Thus, the Lycee International de Los Angeles was founded.
It opened in a small house in Van Nuys with only seven students. Now the school has grown to five campuses with more than 900 students with the main campus in the Franklin Hills area of Los Feliz. It has also earned an enviable reputation. Graduates are readily accepted in both American and French universities – and at universities around the world. Children can...
Do you want to sell in the least amount of time and for the highest possible price?
Of course you do. And that means your home needs to be priced correctly when it comes on the market for the first time.
There are several reasons why
- the first being that Los Feliz agents with buyers who haven't yet found the perfect home are searching the listings, looking for new possibilities.When those agents see your new listing, they'll examine the photos and read the descriptions. They'll check your square footage and amenities. They'll consider your neighborhood. Then they'll weigh all those elements against the requirements of their buyers who are looking in your price range. If your home looks promising,...
2190 Talmadge St. - The Gogol House
2190 Talmadge St. in the Franklin Hills was designed in 1939 for Surgeon Louis Gogol and his wife by Raphael S. Soriano, FAIA. Soriano was an influential architect and educator who helped define a period of 20th century architecture that came to be known as Mid-century modern. Of the 50 buildings Soriano built,...
1954 N Berendo St. is a wonderfully updated 1921 Franklin Square Los Feliz Spanish in turn key condition. The inviting front porch leads to a large living room with an original Bachelder Tile fireplace. There is also a generously sized dining room bathed in natural light from the surrounding windows. The kitchen’s stainless steel Viking appliances, new floors, countertops and cabinetry will bring out the chef in anyone.
This Los Feliz Spanish beauty...
4525 Cockerham Dr., Los Feliz, CA
4525 Cockerham Dr. is a unique Mid-century
home still owned by the original family for which is was built. On a great cul-de-sac street in Prime Los Feliz
, this 1953 jewel has an open, airy feeling with design element reminiscent of noted Architect Richard Neutra. Sliding wood doors provide the option for opening up or closing of spaces in the living room, dining room and office areas while the lighted wood soffit along the high ceilings provides a dramatic ambiance.
2007 Architectural in Franklin Hills hits the Los Feliz Market
For fans of architectural homes, this 2007 Franklin Hills
contemporary property is a real treat. Situated on a street to street, double lot, the Payne Residence, designed by Christopher Payne, A.I.A. of FIN Architecture, is truly a work of contemporary modernism, completed in October of 2007. It fronts on Ronda Vista Pl and has 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms in almost 4,000 sf. of living space.
This terrific architectural Franklin Hills
home has expansive views of the San Gabriel Mountains from practically every room, a lap pool and a separate studio space that fronts on Lyric...
Los Feliz Mid-Century Modern Albers Residence New to Market
Located at 3604 Lowry Rd. in Los Feliz, the Albers Residence is currently listed for $1,395,000. This mid century residence typifies the 1950's International Modern style with its sleek lines and open floor plan allowing for striking volume and light. Walls of glass open to Panoramic views of Los Feliz and the Hollywood Hills
The Albers Residence was built in 1955 by Kemper Nomland & Kemper Nomland Jr., Architects. The Nomlands’ most famous house is the 1947...
Mid Century Modern in the Franklin Hills of Los Feliz
3909 Prospect Ave., Los Feliz
Another cool new listing has come to market in the Franklin Hills
and I don’t expect this one to be around for long. This Los Feliz
house is a 1947 post war modern home that is an absolute delight. Stylishly restored and updated for today’s discerning buyer, there are great open spaces with original details like the curved wooden wall planters of the dining area and interior lighting.
This Mid Century Los Feliz flip is definitely NOT a flop!
Back in April of this year, the house at 4213 Cromwell Ave was a little fixer that was listed at only $699,000. Thirteen days later it was in escrow for $775,000. No doubt there were multiple offers from people trying to get their hands on this little diamond in the rough. I’ve seen my share of flipped houses and some come out more re-muddled than remodeled. That is certainly not the case with this Los Feliz gem. SimoDesign did a great job bringing the house back to life.
This Los Feliz mid-century came on the market with its svelte new look in October with a list price of 1,175,000. The current price tag of $1,139,000 should certainly make this property more interesting and I will be surprised it stays on the market for long.