6 Homes You Can Virtually Tour Now

September 9, 2020 @ 8:39 pm

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Home hunting in trendy Silver Lake? Take a virtual tour of a sleek modern dwelling and a charming Craftsman with stunning views. And there’s plenty to explore in Pasadena as well – whether it be a traditional home or renovated condo.

Silver Lake | Courtyard House by And And And Studio, 2019

1655 North Benton Way | $2,750,000

Sited above the Silver Lake village and recently published in Dwell, Sunset Magazine and California Home + Design, this gabled roof, custom board and batten-clad gem celebrates modern design with sublime finishes. The light-washed grand public space, with peaked 15-foot ceiling includes kitchen, dining and living room – flanked by oversized glass pocket doors that connect both the front, indigenous-planted courtyard with the rear patio and pool. Rift sawn white oak wide plank flooring, Calacatta marble countertops, Fisher & Paykel appliances and circular service island provide both synergy and effortless entertaining.

Silver Lake | Craftsman Home

1128 Coronado Terrace | $1,623,000

Beautifully sited on a promontory between Silverlake and Downtown LA with views of the Hollywood Sign from the covered front porch. A huge entertaining deck with outdoor kitchen and covered dining pergola leads to a large, flat landscaped yard with peek-a-boo views of downtown. Plenty of room for a pool, ADU or both. Three large bedrooms with two updated baths. Hardwood floors throughout. Updated kitchen with large walk-in pantry/laundry room. Vintage details and modern upgrades abound.

West Hollywood | Remodeled Corner Unit Condominium

927 North Kings Road, 319 | $899,000

Chic remodeled top floor corner unit on one of West Hollywood’s best streets, Kings Road. This special unit affords privacy with no units above or connected to the bedrooms. The recent redesign now provides an entry foyer with ample storage closets and sets up the modern feel of the home. An open concept living room, dining area and kitchen are spacious and perfect for entertaining. Floor to ceiling windows take advantage of the light and the tree top views; sliders from the living room and second bedroom open onto the balcony. Off the dining area is the perfect work from home nook. The oversized master bedroom has a walk-in closet and en-suite beautifully remodeled bathroom.

Pasadena | Upgraded 1943 Traditional

780 North Craig Avenue | $815,000

This charming 1943 home, located in a great neighborhood with sidewalks and picturesque mountain views, sits on over a 6,100 sq ft lot and has been completely upgraded with the most updated smart features you need. Schlage smart door locks ensure a keyless entry, assign guest codes, and is fully integrated with a Ring Alarm system to automatically arm/disarm with a code. The home is pre-wired with the latest and fastest internet – perfect for all the video conferences. The yard is beautifully manicured with citrus trees and decomposed granite. The fence is lined with 30 Ficus trees with custom planters and the spacious backyard is integrated with micro-irrigation to ensure a maintenance free growth. An entertainer’s delight, the yard sparkles in the evenings from the twinkling, string lights.

Pasadena | Renovated Condominium

35 North Raymond Avenue, 407 | $828,000

The historic Boston Centennial building was originally constructed in 1905 and rests in the heart of romantic and restored Old Pasadena. Its lobby is right out of a bygone era, where fresh flowers, elegant stone, terrazzo and ironwork greet you. Completely renovated in 2006, its large, modern elevator whisks you to this newer penthouse unit. Upon entry, wonderful western views through a wall of glass capture and frame sunset views of Old Pasadena, the historic Vista del Arroyo Hotel and so much more. Plus, the large, open kitchen is perfect for entertaining!

Pasadena | Old Pasadena Loft

125 North Raymond Avenue, 208 | $645,000

Historic Old Pasadena Loft in the Raymond Renaissance. The Raymond Theater has undergone a major restoration to its exterior since its original opening in 1921. The interior has been transformed into a mixed use residential and retail, pairing with a new building to the south built in 2009. The two buildings combine to be the Raymond Renaissance, with 47 live-work and commercial spaces. It is next to Memorial Park Metro-link Gold Line Station for easy commuting, the Levitt Pavilion for summer concerts, and Pasadena’s numerous restaurants and retailers providing urban living at its finest. The association includes a gym with restrooms, showers and saltwater spa. Unit 208 is a two-story loft style one-bedroom home with stained concrete floors and 11′ high ceilings. A wall of windows overlooks Electric Drive walking alley and open city views.