1887 Lucile Ave, Los Angeles

Built in 1962, and completely restored in 2014 (with guidance from interior designer, Shay Lam), 1887 Lucile Ave is a classic and rare example of post and beam, mid-century modern, Los Angeles architecture. We were the 3rd owners. 

At approximately 2,300 sq ft, the home boasts 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with a downstairs guest space. One of the first houses built on the block, it comes with stunning views of the Franklin Hills and San Gabriel Mountains.

Architect unknown. Commisioned by Mr. William Tom of Hilltop Builders.

Silver Lake, 90026.

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Front of House
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Front Door
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Living Room
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Living Room
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Kitchen
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Master Bedroom
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Master Bathroom
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Guest Bedroom
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Balcony
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Side of House
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1887 Lucile Ave, Los Angeles

Built in 1962, and completely restored in 2014 (with guidance from interior designer, Shay Lam), 1887 Lucile Ave is a classic and rare example of post and beam, mid-century modern, Los Angeles architecture. We were the 3rd owners. 

At approximately 2,300 sq ft, the home boasts 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with a downstairs guest space. One of the first houses built on the block, it comes with stunning views of the Franklin Hills and San Gabriel Mountains.

Architect unknown. Commisioned by Mr. William Tom of Hilltop Builders.

Silver Lake, 90026.

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