Flea’s Former Pad Outside of Griffith Park Comes to Market

By Jack Flemming In Los Feliz, a 1930s traditional recently owned by Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea just came to market for $3.488 million. Flea, whose real name is Michael Balzary, had a successful stay in the elegant abode about a block away from Griffith Park. Records show he bought it for $2.47 million… Keep reading

Home of the Week: From Mexico City to a West Hollywood backyard

By Neal J. Leitereg Mexico City lies some 1,550 miles southeast of Los Angeles, but you’ll find a small taste of the vibrant capital in the backyard of this 1930s home in West Hollywood. Working with designer Roberto Sosa, the owner drew from time living in Mexico City when renovating the traditional two-story. Terra cotta… Keep reading

Chef Zach Pollack puts Silver Lake home on the menu

By Neal J. Leitereg Zach Pollack, chef and owner of the Los Angeles eateries Alimento and Cosa Buona, has put his Silver Lake home on the market for $1.455 million. And it appears he’s already gotten at least one bite; the updated two-story is currently listed as “accepting backup offers,” according to the Multiple Listing… Keep reading

Studio City Home of the Late Composer-Orchestrator Jack Smalley For Sale

By Neal J. Leitereg The longtime home of late composer and orchestrator Jack Smalley, who was a founding faculty member of USC‘s Screen Scoring program, has come up for sale in Studio City at $2.495 million. Perched up in the hills, the wood-clad residence features high ceilings and walls of windows that capture panoramic views… Keep reading

Home of the Week: In Pasadena, a home for mom

By Neal J. Leitereg Known as the Ruppel House, this lovingly maintained residence in Pasadena was hand-built in 1925 by local builder Fritz Ruppel for his mother, Gertrude. Updated and restored through the years, the home now pairs its handsome beams and wood-burning fireplace with a kitchen modernized for today’s standards. Tilework in one of the… Keep reading

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