June 21, 2019, 5:22 pm
deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Brittany Morrison as a new agent to our Hancock Park family.
Born into a family of East Coast developers and Real Estate Agents, Brittany has always been immersed in the industry. Upon graduating from The George Washington University in D.C. with a degree in Business and Marketing and a concentration in Fine Arts, she relocated to Los Angeles. Brittany began her career as a brand consultant with a specialty in start-up companies. Her curiosity and natural attraction to Architecture in Los Angeles made Real Estate the obvious choice. Brittany’s keen insight for negotiation and discerning eye can spot a value that others may overlook.
Brittany’s circle of clients span from Film industry types, Musicians, Artists to Tech Developers Relocating to Los Angeles. With her exceptional background in business and her wealth of experience in all Los Angeles areas, Brittany ensures every home and client she works with gets the best of what she has to offer!
June 19, 2019, 11:12 am
By Elijah Chiland
Located just a few blocks from the Los Angeles River, this charming little Atwater Village cottage has been around since 1923 and packs plenty of charm into its 1,252 square feet of living space.
Featuring hardwood floors throughout, the home has wide windows and sliding glass doors that give it a light and airy appearance. The family room is arranged around a white brick fireplace surrounded by wood-paneled walls. It flows into a formal dining area and a kitchen equipped with a breakfast bar.
The home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with a cozy living room alongside the front entrance. Behind the house is a detached garage currently set up as an additional living space.
Sitting on a 6,761-square-foot lot, the house is shaded by tall trees in the front yard. The large backyard has ample patio space and room for a garden. The house is located at 3411 Madera Avenue and is asking $892,000.
To read the full article visit their website here.
June 13, 2019, 3:39 pm
Merely minutes from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood Boulevard and nestled in the nearby foothills stands an impressive Spanish Revival compound known as Las Orquideas. The property evokes old Hollywood glamour, and on the evening of June 11th, that spirit was awakened by an exciting soirée. Guests were invited to tour several of the units immaculately restored by the design team of Howell + Padgett. Groovy tunes permeated the air as people gathered on the main patio, enjoying delicious small bites and craft cocktails. Others gravitated towards an upper level balcony, taking in the twilight city view. Las Orquideas is truly a unique and historic property; its combination of charming original details and elegant modern upgrades completely embody the deasy penner podley core tenet of home as art.
June 6, 2019, 3:29 pm
June 5, 2019, 3:43 pm
DPP’s very own Michael Locke has a passion for not only selling architecturally significant homes, but also photographing them. Michael has been shooting with his digital Nikon camera for about 15 years now; documenting homes from all over the greater Los Angeles area. He is driven by the desire to preserve a record of the work of notable Los Angeles architects. One such architect is Paul R. Williams, who became the first African-American member of the American Institute of Architects in the early 1920s. Michael’s interest in Williams was piqued when he listed a home designed by the renowned architect. Michael began photographing Williams’ homes in an effort to preserve his legacy. Other architects whose homes have been captured through Michael’s lens include many who worked under developer Joseph Eichler, such as A. Quincy Jones Jr. and Frederick Emmons.
To learn more about Michael’s photography project read the full article by Dave Weinstein on Eichler Network.