Singer Lourdes Hernández Lists Her Chic Mediterranean-Style Cottage for $1.9M

By Kathryn M.

Located in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, the colorful abode features arched windows overlooking a tropical backyard.

Lourdes Hernández is parting ways with her Mediterranean-style two-bedroom home in Los Angeles. After buying the 1925 residence just two years ago for a reported $1,200,000, the Spanish singer-songwriter, known professionally as Russian Red, treated the space to a top-down revamp. Now, it’s dreamier than ever, and currently seeking $1,885,000.

Fenced and gated from the street, the white-painted residence—recently featured in Domino magazinesits on a lush 7,198-square-foot private lot, offering a generous slice of solitude in the middle of Los Angeles. Banana and avocado trees dot the backyard, which boasts a saltwater pool, bocce court, fire pit, and a separate studio that’s also included in the sale.

In the main residence, the single-story floor plan stretches across more than 2,000 square feet, seamlessly connecting the living spaces with the two bedrooms and baths. Herringbone-patterned oak floors run throughout, contrasting with the home’s crisp white color palette and vibrant accents. Arched picture windows create an intimate indoor/outdoor connection, while inviting ample natural light to illuminate nearly every corner of the home. Scroll ahead to see the entertainer’s dreamy oasis, adorned with designer details.

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