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N 3 B 1.2K C 0 E Sep 12, 2009 F Aug 18, 2010
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The Craftsman style house located at 1943 Van Ness Avenue in Los Angeles was built around 1910. The Los Feliz Improvement Association Survey remarked the house has the potential for designation as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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N 19 B 15.6K C 25 E Apr 18, 2010 F Mar 24, 2011
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Colonial Revival Shingle Style, designed by Architect Frederick L. Roehrig in 1898 for Isaac Newton Van Nuys, a wheat farmer with enormous real estate holdings in the San Fernando Valley. The area where his farm once stood is now the thriving community of Van Nuys, named after him.

Located at 357 South Lorraine Boulevard in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The house was used in the movie "Cheaper by the Dozen" filmed here in 2003. NOTE: The 11-bedroom 8.5 bath home in 12,500 sq. ft. is currently (April 2016) on the market listed for sale for $8,195,000.

Frederick Louis Roehrig (1857 – 1948) was an early 20th-century American architect often referred to as the "Millionaire's Architect" reflecting his popularity with the upper class during his ascendancy.. A 1883 graduate of Cornell University, he also studied architecture in England. His architectural body of work followed the convention of the times producing some of the finest examples of Victorian, Craftsman, and Neo-Classical styles. His landmark buildings are generally found in Pasadena and West Adams, Los Angeles area neighborhoods favored by the well-to-do. Some of his best known works include Rindge House, a mansion for Frederick H. Rindge (1902); Ramsay-Durfee Estate (Villa Maria), a Tudor mansion with a Craftsman interior (1908) both in West Adams; Grace Mansion and Water Tower (1891); Scoville House (1909); Louise Hugus House (1908), Braun Music Center at Westridge School (1909) Finnish Folk Art Museum (1911) all in Pasadena, California.

He also designed several mansions on "Millionaire's Row" between 1892 and 1911 along South Orange Grove many of which were demolished in the 1950s and 1960s. Three of the mansions have been preserved as part of the campus of Ambassador College.


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The earliest remaining homes in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles date from the year 1900. In fact there are less than 550 homes still standing that were built between 1900 and 1919. The following year there was an explosion of growth with 113 homes, at least that are still around. Most of the homes were designed in the Craftsman or California Bungalow style, and were situated in the vicinity of "Los Feliz Village", (the neighborhood directly south of Los Feliz Boulevard and north of Hollywood Boulevard) and the area designated as "Hollywood Grove", the neighborhhood east of Canyon Drive, west of Gramercy Place, and above Franklin Avenue.

A total of thirty-nine of the homes are located on Melbourne Avenue in Los Feliz Village, between the 4300 and 4600 block.

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Craftsman style residence located at 1947 N. Taft Avenue in the Hollywood Grove Historic Preservation Overlay Zone.

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Architect Harley S. Bradley designed the Craftsman style house in 1911. Located at 4601 Clarissa Avenue in the Los Feliz Village neighborhood of Los Angeles. The architect designed other noteworthy homes in Los Feliz, including the Janetta Weir House (1923), the Jenote V. Simons House (1924) both on Ambrose Avenue, and the Allen Wertz Residence (1926) on Glendower Avenue (1926).

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