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  • Dwell Magazine, Green Living and Modern Design Fan? Don’t Miss Dwell on Design in Los Angeles

    Posted Under: In My Neighborhood in Los Angeles  |  June 16, 2012 7:18 PM  |  1,023 views  |  No comments

    Who doesn’t like Dwell Magazine and the style it shares with us all? I love to see all the latest in greatest architecture and home furnishings – maybe that’s why I enjoy real estate so much! For those of us lucky enough to live in Los Angeles, Dwell on Design will be at the L.A. Convention Center June 22-24th. Dwell on Design is the largest design event on the West Coast and it is being curated by none other than the editors of Dwell Magazine.

    dwell outdoors Dwell Magazine, Green Living and Modern Design Fan? Don’t Miss Dwell on Design in Los Angeles

    The three day extravaganza showcases the best and brightest products and services plus leaders in modern design. Not only will there be more than 350 exhibitors on the showroom floor, there will also be 150 presentations on three different stages throughout the event. Exhibit categories include: design materials and technology, furniture and accessories, kitchen and bath, modern lifestyle, solar and energy, small office/home office, automotive, baby/kids and prefab architecture. Would you like to take a test drive in a green car? What about checking out the latest in outdoor furniture and fixtures form prefabs, shrubs, sheds planters and to chicken coops!

    Basically Dwell on Design at the Los Angeles Convention Center has something for everybody and definitely enough to fill the weekend. Seminars, displays and simply too much to see and do to describe here.

    Check out the video for an idea of what you can expect at this event!

    Exhibit Hours:

    Friday, June 22 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
    Saturday, June 23 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
    Sunday, June 24 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

    Home Tours Too!

    Besides what’s happening at the Los Angeles Convention center, folks with an interest in architecture can also check out the annual Dwell Home Tour. A portion of the proceeds from the tour goes to the non-profit organization, Architecture for Humanity. The self-guided tours visit a variety of architectural styles in various Los Angeles neighborhoods. Set you own pace and see these homes anytime tomorrow between 10am and 4pm. If you register for a pass to Dwell on Design, the home tours are included. If you are only interested in the home tours- tickets can be purchase in person.

    Tomorrow’s L.A. Home tour encompasses 5 prefab homes, with tickets available at the Lincoln Dealership at 1230 Santa Monica Boulevard, Santa Monica. Click on the links for a preview of tomorrow’s homes.

    Backyard Plug-in
    Green House
    LivingHome KT1.5
    LivingHome, Santa Monica I
    Palms Residence

    Prefab houses are part of Dwells Los Angeles Home Tour Dwell Magazine, Green Living and Modern Design Fan? Don’t Miss Dwell on Design in Los Angeles

    Tours continue the following Sunday. June 24, the self-drive tour showcases 5 homes on the Westside of Los Angeles. Architect David Hertz’s own home (The McKinely Residence) in Venice (seen on Showtime’s “Californication”) is among them. Like tomorrow, the tour runs from 10-4pm and you can go at your own pace.

    Quincy Jones House Restoration
    Kahn Residence
    Mckinely Residence
    Secret House
    Smith-Clementi Residence

    Take the prefab tour tomorrow and head over to the Los Angeles Convention Center next week and immerse yourself in all things Dwell!

    Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, California 90015


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    Hope to see you there!

    Jenny Durling Silver Lake Realtor Dwell Magazine, Green Living and Modern Design Fan? Don’t Miss Dwell on Design in Los Angeles

    Jenny Durling
    Broker Associate
    L.A. Property Solutions
    213-215-4758
    info@LApropertySolutions.com
    Copyright © 2012 By Jenny Durling *Dwell Magazine, Green Living and Modern Design Fan? Don’t Miss Dwell on Design in Los Angeles *

  • What are the Options to a Los Angeles Short Sale?

    Posted Under: Home Selling in Los Angeles  |  May 19, 2012 9:32 PM  |  616 views  |  2 comments

    Ten years ago hardly anyone had heard of a short sale. Now, since the real estate bubble burst, “short sale” is almost a household word here in the Los Angeles area.

    The current situation is the result of several converging factors.

    First, when the bubble burst, homeowners who purchased when the market was rising or had reach its peak, lost value. That might not have mattered if two other factors hadn’t come into play at the same time:

    • Adjustable rate mortgages reset, making mortgage payments double or triple
    • The economy tanked and people lost jobs
    which road to choose What are the Alternatives to a Los Angeles Short Sale? If you find yourself unable to keep up with monthly payments on your house because of these factors, you do have some choices.

    If you don’t mind moving, the short sale is a good choice, but what if you’d like to keep your house? Refinance: Some programs will allow you to refinance up to 125% of your home’s current value – and lower your payments via lower interest rates. The FHA Short Refinance program will reduce your first mortgage to 97.75% of current value. If you are fortunate enough to have a loan that belongs to Fannie Mae and meets the timing criteria, you may be able to refinance without having an appraisal at all!

    Reinstatement: If you’re in pre-foreclosure and have come into some extra money, you can reinstate your loan by paying the defaulted balance plus interest and late fees.

    Loan Modification: Depending upon who owns your loan, you could be eligible for HARP, HAMP, FHA-HAMP, or the USDA’s Special Loan Servicing. If you are having trouble making making payments but are employed and can still qualify for a loan, it’s possible that your current lender will work with you to lower your rate, lower the principle owed or even both. It can’t hurt for you to call the number on your mortgage statement and ask.

    Forbearance: Again depending upon who owns your loan, if you are unemployed you may be eligible for 12 months of forbearance. During this time, you’ll be required to pay from zero up to 31% of your income toward the payments, but the bank will not add late fees or penalties and cannot start foreclosure. The unpaid amounts will be added to your loan balance for later payment.

    Here in California, you may also be eligible for assistance from “Keep Your Home California.” For details, call 888.954.KEEP.

    Bankruptcy: In some cases, judges allow homeowners to keep their homes – sometimes even reducing the principal balance on investment and vacation property. Do consult a qualified real estate attorney before considering this option. Alot will depend on the type of bankruptcy. Sometimes you can forestall a foreclosure but not be able to keep your home indefinitely. In such a situation, a short sale could be your best course of action.

    More Help May be on the Way…

    Expanded HAMP programs will be go into effect June 1, 2012. So even if your lender has deemed you ineligible for assistance in the past, it would be wise to check back after the new guidelines are in place.

    To learn who owns your mortgage loan, visit Making Home Affordable.

    If you own a home in Silver Lake, Los Feliz, Hollywood Hills, Eagle Rock, Pasadena, or surrounding areas and you’ve decided that a short sale is the best option, or if you just need to discuss your options with a real estate professional, get in touch.

    I’ll be glad to go over the specifics of your situation with you and help you determine your best course of action.

    You can call me directly at 213-215-4758 – but hurry. Don’t wait until the bank makes the decision for you.

    Jenny Durling Silver Lake Realtor2 What are the Alternatives to a Los Angeles Short Sale?

    Jenny Durling
    Broker Associate
    LA Property Solutions
    213-215-4758

    Copyright © 2012 By Jenny Durling * What are the Alternatives to a Los Angeles Short Sale? *

  • Finding Your New Home - First Choose Your Los Angeles Neighborhood

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Los Angeles  |  February 18, 2012 7:53 PM  |  842 views  |  No comments

    When you think about the features and benefits of your new home, which single feature cannot be changed once you've made your purchase?

    The location...

    You can remodel a kitchen or bathroom. You can probably add a room. You can repaint and re-carpet or possibly even knock out a wall. But once you've chosen the location, there you are, for better or for worse. So consider location first. Los Angeles is a huge place and there are a variety of neighborhoods. You're certain to find one that fits your lifestyle but there are a few things to keep in mind.

    The commute time...

    First consider distance and ease of getting to work, school, shopping, and fun. If you or someone in your family has Do you need a hospital nearbymedical issues, consider the distance to doctors and hospitals. If you're a church-goer, consider the distance to the nearest church of your denomination. Los Angeles traffic poses particular issues. If you have a flexible schedule, you can get away with living farther from work as long as you are driving at off times.

    Remember that sometimes shorter distances come with longer commute times– it all depends upon the streets and the traffic. So when you share your desired location with me, tell me why. I'll show you homes with the quickest commute times to where you want to go. If you work downtown L.A. there are alot of great places to live within an easy commute including Silver Lake, Echo Park, Los Feliz and South Pasadena, just to name a few.

    Simply tell me where you need to go most often and I'll guide you to the most convenient Los Angeles neighborhoods.

    Schools...

    Do you have children or are you planning to have them soon?  Private schools can be very costly. If you plan to send your children to public school, you'll want to know the best schools in the areas you are interested in.  You may love Silver Lake, but if you want your children enrolled in Ivanhoe Elementary School, you need to first make sure you buy in the right part of Silver Lake. The same holds true for Los Feliz and it's coveted Franklin Avenue Elementary School. There are a number of charter schools and magnet schools in Los Angeles too. Just keep this in mind when buying your Los Angeles home as it might be worth it to pay more for a house in a great school district.

     The people...

    Next is the neighborhood makeup. You want to feel comfortable in your surroundings. Children walking in the neighborhood.But remember, as a licensed real estate agent there are questions about the neighborhood that I'm not allowed to answer. This would include the age or marital status of the residents, along with their race and/or religion.If those demographics matter to you, you'll need to do a little research of your own. Take a drive through likely neighborhoods. Look at how the homes are kept, notice the people you see. You can even stop and talk with people, and ask them about life in their neighborhood. Stop into restuarant or local grocery store to get a better idea of who lives in the area.

    You have a life to live. I'll help you enjoy that life by helping you choose a home where you'll be comfortable – and where you won't have to spend more time in your car than in your home. For information on Silver Lake, Echo Park, Los Feliz, and surrounding areas, contact me directly at 213-215-4758 or check out LApropertySolutions.com

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    Jenny Durling
    Broker Associate
    L.A. Property Solutions
    213-215-4758
    info@LApropertySolutions.com
    LApropertySolutions.com

    Copyright © 2012 By Jenny Durling * Finding Your New Home - First Choose Your Los Angeles Neighborhood*

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  • Curb Appeal- Make That First Impression Count

    Posted Under: Home Selling in Silver Lake, Curb Appeal in Silver Lake, Property Q&A in Silver Lake  |  September 20, 2011 11:46 AM  |  1,584 views  |  No comments

    You Know What They Say About First Impressions-  It’s The Same Thing When It Comes To Your Home’s Curb Appeal

    Most of us are so used to the way our homes look that we don’t give it much thought, but if you are planning to sell, great curb appeal can make the sale faster, easier and many times, more lucrative as well.  Take a minute to walk across the street and give your house a good look.  If what you see is less than stellar, don’t worry, there are inexpensive ways to dress your place for success!

    Potted plants at the front door add a boost your home's curb appealNow That You Have Seen Your House From a Buyer’s Perspective, Make a Plan

    Rather than run out to the nearest garden center and buy a flat of flowers, take some time to determine what will make the most sense and still keep you within budget. What plants do you already have?  Perhaps you simply need to prune trees, shape bushes, pull weeds and get that lawn back to green! As unfair as it may sound, an unkempt yard can lead a prospective buyer to believe that the house may have deferred issues as well.
    If you feel your garden is a little bare and could use an extra punch, make sure that the plants you choose will thrive in the areas you intend to plant them. If you are planting in a shady spot, stick with shade plants. It may sound obvious but unless a plant is labeled ‘full sun’ many plants simply can’t take the heat and your work and dollars will go down the tubes in a heartbeat! Do a little online research or even stop by a local garden center and ask for advice.  If you live in a condo or have little or no space for a garden, you can add a couple of big pots with colorful plants on either side of your door. They will brighten your doorway and create a welcoming entrance for visitors.

    How Does the Walkway Look?

    flowers along the front path add interest to a homeReplace missing and broken pavers. If you have space, you can all a row of bricks along the edge or plant bright season blooms along the edge to create interest and draw the eye towards the front door. Speaking of doors, a fresh coat of paint on just the front door can make a huge difference in the way your home appears. I have clients who have already told me the first thing they are going to do when they buy a house is paint the front door red! Red may not be your thing, but a bright or contrasting color will definitely add interest and is an inexpensive ‘fix’. Add a nice, new welccome mat and you are good to go.

    What About the Backyard?

    meyer lemon trees are a Los Angeles stapleAgreed, the backyard has nothing to do with curb appeal, but as long as your are working the garden you might as well put some energy in the backyard as well. In Southern California, most people think of the backyards as an extension of their living space. If you have the space and don’t already have one, plant a citrus tree. The Meyer Lemon is a favorite and they grow pretty quickly. I can’t imagine living in L.A. without a lemon tree- it’s almost a requirement!  A small tree will grow pretty quickly and won’t cost a whole lot. It will definitely be worth the investment.

    For more ideas on what to do to get your house ready for market, simply give me a call at 213-215-4758.  I can stop by and give you my objective opinion on what small changes you can make to the outside of your home to get that first impression you are hoping for!

    Jenny Durling- Silver Lake Realtor

     

     

     

     

    Jenny Durling
    Broker Associate
    L.A. Property Solutions
    213-215-4758

    http://www.LApropertySolutions.com

    Copyright © 2011 By Jenny Durling * Curb Appeal- Make That First Impression Count*

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    Buying or Selling Los Angeles Real Estate

    Buying a Los Angeles home is no simple process.  Los Angeles is a huge city!  If you are new to the area or planning a move to the area, working with an agent who specializes in the neighborhoods that interest you such as  Silver Lake,Los Feliz, Hollywood Hills, Echo Park, and Eagle Rock can be of critical importance.  If you have or plan to have children, you’ll want a Los angles real estate agent who can direct you to the best area schools.  Where will you be working?  An experienced local Los Angeles Realtor can help you narrow down the neighborhoods that will make the most sense for your commute to the office.  I am your local resident expert and can be your guide in finding the right Los Angeles properties for sale to choose from that will fit your budget and lifestyle!

    It is also important for Los Angeles Home Sellers , to work with a local expert. When I list and sell a Los Angeles home for a client, I help them understand the local market and the minds of local agents and buyers alike. My priority is to sell your Los Angeles home for the most money possible in the least amount of time.  When you hire me to list your Los Angeles property, you hire me to market it fully to fellow agents, their buyers and the public both online and in person. Many agents will represent both the buyer AND the seller in a single transaction.  That is not how I operate. I believe that it is my duty to represent only YOUR interests and feel it would be a conflict of interest to represent a buyer for your Los Angeles property for salesimultaneously.

    When I list and sell Los Angeles homes for my clients, I make the process as smooth and pleasant as possible. You will never have to question where my loyalties lie. You can trust me to take care of the details and keep you informed every step of the way. Please let me know how I can best serve your real estate needs by filling out the online contact form , or better still, give me call today at 213-215-4758.


  • The Jenkyns House at 1973 Redesdale Ave in Silver Lake

    Posted Under: General Area in Silver Lake, In My Neighborhood in Silver Lake  |  August 23, 2011 2:52 PM  |  1,449 views  |  No comments

    1973 Redesdale Ave Silver Lake -The Jenkyns House

    The Jenkyns House, at 1973 Redesdale Avenue in Silver Lake was conceived by Josef Van der Kar in 1960.  Currently on its third owners, the The Jenkyns House is a prime example of modernist architecture and carries many of the traits made famous by the architect.  Punctuated by walls of glass, open living spaces and a brick wall fireplace, it is easily recognizable as one of Van der Kar’s works.

    1973 REDESDALE has a brick fireplace and walls of glass

     Josef Van der Kar was a second-generation modernist known both for his political activism as well as his architecture. In the early 40’s, “Van” as he was known to friends, collaborated with fellow architect Gregory Ain (some of whose creations can also be found in Silver Lake) on a postwar housing project.  The ‘Community Homes” project was to exemplify utopian ideas but when the FHA imposed covenants to ban sales of the homes to minorities, Ain and Van der Kar refused to comply and project never came to fruition.

    Van’s creations are flat roofed, post and beam homes with sliding glass walls that bring the outdoors inside. Interior doors swing or slide away, allowing the occupant to change room configurations for their own purposes- Similar to the Avenel Housing Project in Silver Lake, designed by Gregory Ain in 1947.  1973 Redesdale Avenue in Silver Lake is infused with many of these design elements.

    1973 Redesdale - The Jenkyns House post and beam Silver Lake

    The Jenkyns House at 1973 Redesdale Ave in Silver Lake if as lovely post and beam home, set up off the street with walls of glass providing great views of the Silver Lake Reservoir.  The front half of the house is built over the two-car carport and there is an enclosed garden patio off to side. The outdoor area includes a brick firplace for outdoor entertaining and relaxing.

    1973 REDESDALE bedroom with wall of glass and beamed ceiling

    The home has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths in 1,840 square feet of living space.  On the first level there are two bedrooms with a shared bath room. On this level you ’ll also find the main living areas of living, dining room and kichen. . Exposed beams and floor to ceiling glass are a signature of mid century modern homes of this period.

    1973 REDESDALE in Silver Lake has open kitchen and floating staircases



    The second story houses the master bedroom and bath and a loft space that works great for an office. The floating staircases add interest to the home’s style and give it a distinctive modernist flair. Currently listed with Deasy Penner & Partners for $1,070,000, the house is sure to draw attention.  Give me a call at 213-215-4758 if you’d like to check out The Jenkyns House at 1973 Redesdale Ave in Silver Lake.

    For more information on local architecture and buying or selling property in Silver Lake, Echo Park, Los Feliz,and surrounding areas, contact me directly at 213-215-4758 or check outLApropertySolutions.com

    Jenny Durling- Silver Lake Realtor

    Jenny Durling
    Broker Associate
    Keller Williams Realty, Los Feliz
    213-215-4758
    http://www.LApropertySolutions.com

    Copyright © 2011 by Jenny Durling * The Jenkyns House at 1973 Redesdale Ave in Silver Lake*


  • Big Bar at Alcove in Los Feliz, Cocktails on the Side?


    Alcove in Los Feliz has a great selection of tempting dessertsThe Alcove Café & Bakery in Los Feliz is a great spot for lunch or dinner. The Big Bar, which opened last October is a great addition.  Though there is some indoor seating, most folks opt for the outdoor patio for salads, sandwiches, desserts.  Ah, those desserts!  The establishment is one that has you order and pay at the counter and let a courteous staff member bring you your order when it’s ready.  No problem, but while you wait for your turn to order you will see a delectable assortment of desserts behind that glass counter! Make sure to save room!

    No longer missing from the Alcove is the opportunity to imbibe along with that meal. The Alcove added Big Bar to the mix last fall and patrons are happily having a drink with that meal, thank you very much! How nice to have a glass of wine or a beer with that tasty lamb burger, one of my favorite Alcove entrees.  Big Bar is also open to those who’d simply like to enjoy a drink sans meal.

    Big Bar at Alcove in Los Feliz is a wecome addition to a Los Feliz favoriteBig Bar can be reached from its own separate entrance from the Alcove patio or directly from inside the Alcove itself via a wide passageway. Big Bar has the feeling of being a part of the Alcove, but also its own thing entirely. The bar has the same relaxed vibe as the Alcove restaurant – come as you are and enjoy yourself. It’s a perfect addition to Los Feliz.

    The Big Bar serves a nice selection of beer and wine plus cocktails that tend towards a twist on the classics. You’ll find some interesting mixes like the Los Angeles Cocktail, New Brunswick and the Vie Rose all priced at $12. During happy hour, 4 – 7 p.m. on weekdays, select drinks are $8, well drinks are $7 and $5 will get you a draft beer. You’re bound to find a special or two during happy hour as well. Regardless of when you arrive, you can choose to eat, drink or do both. Big Bar food items are printed on one side of the menu while the Alcove menu is on the opposite side. Patrons can order from either menu at the Alcove or Big Bar making it easy to get what you want all at one time.

    If you haven’t been to the Alcove in a while, you might want to try a bloody Mary with Sunday brunch.  Not hungry but would like to enjoy a drink out on the patio? Give the Big Bar a try- you won’t be disappointed.


    Big Bar at Alcove in Los Feliz has great outdoor patio space

    For more information on Los Feliz and buying or selling property in Silver Lake, Echo Park, and surrounding areas, contact me directly at 213-215-4758 or check out LApropertySolutions.com

    Jenny Durling- Silver Lake and Los Feliz Realtor

    Jenny Durling, Broker
    L.A. Property Solutions
    213-215-4758
    http://www.LApropertySolutions.com
    Copyright © 2011 By Jenny Durling *Big Bar at Alcove in Los Feliz, Cocktails on the Side?*

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    Buying or Selling Los Angeles Real Estate

    Buying a Los Angeles home is no simple process.  Los Angeles is a huge city!  If you are new to the area or planning a move to the area, working with an agent who specializes in the neighborhoods that interest you such as  Silver Lake,Los Feliz, Hollywood Hills, Echo Park, and Eagle Rock can be of critical importance.  If you have or plan to have children, you’ll want a Los angles real estate agent who can direct you to the best area schools.  Where will you be working?  An experienced local Los Angeles Realtor can help you narrow down the neighborhoods that will make the most sense for your commute to the office.  I am your local resident expert and can be your guide in finding the right Los Angeles properties for sale to choose from that will fit your budget and lifestyle!

    It is also important for Los Angeles Home Sellers , to work with a local expert. When I list and sell a Los Angeles home for a client, I help them understand the local market and the minds of local agents and buyers alike. My priority is to sell your Los Angeles home for the most money possible in the least amount of time.  When you hire me to list your Los Angeles property, you hire me to market it fully to fellow agents, their buyers and the public both online and in person. Many agents will represent both the buyer AND the seller in a single transaction.  That is not how I operate. I believe that it is my duty to represent only YOUR interests and feel it would be a conflict of interest to represent a buyer for your Los Angeles property for sale simultaneously.

    When I list and sell Los Angeles homes for my clients, I make the process as smooth and pleasant as possible. You will never have to question where my loyalties lie. You can trust me to take care of the details and keep you informed every step of the way. Please let me know how I can best serve your real estate needs by filling out the online contact form , or better still, give me call today at 213-215-4758.

  • 1962 Post and Beam New to Market in Los Feliz

    Posted Under: General Area in Los Feliz, Home Buying in Los Feliz, In My Neighborhood in Los Feliz  |  July 25, 2011 12:04 PM  |  1,580 views  |  No comments

    4321 Cedarhurst Circle , Los Feliz

    Exterior view of this Los Feliz Post and Beam home

    How’s this for a 1962 Los Feliz Post and Beam?  The newly listed property south of Los Feliz Blvd has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths in 2,348 square feet of living space. The walls of windows and open spaces give it a feeling of being much larger. The vertical mahogany panels on the home’s exterior  match the railing of the  50 ‘ x 8′ cantilevered patio  that runs along the the entire home. The view from there is up into the hills Los Feliz, a bit different than what you’d find in a home above Los Feliz Blvd.

    cantelevered deck of Los Feliz Post and Beam home

    This Los Feliz home’s interior has been tastefully updated. In the kichen you’ll find  Caesarstone countertops and walnut cupboards. What cook would not love the Dacor gas stove and Fischer-Paykell two-drawer dishwasher.  Having only the counter dividing the kitchen from the dining area enhances the openess of the are and natrual ligth streams in from the outdoors.

    Ktichen of this 1962 Los Feliz post and beam opens to dining room

    The woodwork continues from room to room with  redwood tongue and groove paneling on the wall as well as along the dining area.  I certainly wouldn’t have any trouble relaxing in this room!  The sliding glass door brings the outside indoors and again provides alot of natural light. Chek out the ceiling and the canned light s in this room and how it opens into the dining area and kitchen on the home’s upper level.

    iving room of 1963 post and beam has wood panelled wall

    On the main floor are 3 bedrooms with original built-ins and decent closet space. Downstairs is a master bedroom suite that is 800sf by itself! The master suite includes the bedroom with built-in dressers and flating cabinents and a sitting room/den with a wet bar. In the bath you’ll find an open Caesarstone shower, and an Ofuru soaking tub  with views!  There are also Soji-style glass doors for privacy.

    Master suite sitting room in Los Feliz Post and Beam home

    If you are into gardening, then you are in luck. This Los Feliz post and beam has raised beds for growing herbs and vegetables.  The rest of the gorunds feature low maintenance landscaping – low water means eco-friendly!.  Currently listed  by Keller Williams for  $1,340,000, this Los Feliz Post and Beam is definitely worth a look. Give me a call at 213-215-4758 if you’d like to check it out.

    For more information on buying or selling property in Los Feliz, Silver Lake, Echo Park, and surrounding areas, contact me directly at 213-215-4758 or check outLApropertySolutions.com

    Jenny Durling- Silver Lake Realtor

     

     

     

    Jenny Durling
    Broker Associate
    Keller Williams Realty, Los Feliz
    213-215-4758
    http://www.LApropertySolutions.com

    Copyright © 2011 By Jenny Durling * 1962 Post and Beam in New to Market in Los Feliz*

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