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N 2 B 1.5K C 0 E Mar 24, 2006 F Feb 28, 2017
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Contractor Raymond J. Stowell (1924-1998) designed and built the contemporary style house in 1955. The 3-bedroom, 3-bath home in 2606 sq. ft. is currently (February 2017) on the market listed for sale for $2,495,000 and described in the listing as "located in the in the celebrity enclave of Laughlin Park: A secluded, gated community of 60 landmark properties & verdant, garden paradise, named by LA Magazine as one of the Top 5 neighborhoods in LA. A seductive respite for mind & soul, the site is in compositional harmony with nature. Mid Century architectural signature transcends trends & times. Quality renovations & spirited revisions have kept the property current. A continuum of Fleetwood glass doors & successions of glass walls throughout suffuse interiors with full vibrancy. Bountiful outdoor views are revealed at~every glance. Artfully designed, the kitchen, with Caesarstone & high-end stainless steel appliances, is an alluring~space~for the culinary artist.~Modernized baths are sleek & lustrous. The master suite is a lux retreat. A superb, detached studio creates the ideal flex space. View balconies overlook an idyllic resort setting replete with an array of amenities".

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Architect David F. Picken designed the Colonial Revival style residence for George A. Potzner (1902-1965), a greeting card salesman and his wife Ruth in 1936. The couple lived in the house with their two children, Ruth and George Jr.

Located at 3434 Amesbury Road in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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English Tudor Revival style house located in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. The 5-bedroom, 6-bath home in 4577 sq. ft. is currently (March 2017) on the market listed for sale for $4,495,000 and described in the listing as "Enchanting English Manor hidden behind two modern-day carriage houses and tall hedges on a cul-de-sac in one of the best streets in Los Feliz. Completely secluded for privacy and discretion, a magical setting awaits you with a resort-like pool area, cabana house & bath, outdoor kitchen and multiple outdoor dining areas.

Designer done and re-imagined, the Manor features European Oak floors throughout, a large living living room w/fireplace and large windows for abundant natural light that flows seamlessly to the formal dining. Chef's custom eat-in kitchen includes Thermador appliances, built-in oversized wine fridge and Butler's pantry.

Upstairs are 4 bedrooms including the spa-like Master Retreat complete w/Calacatta Marble Counters, steam shower, soaking tub and huge master closet. Separate media level w/maid's quarters and private entrance ready for your screening room/wine collection. The end result is a 'trophy property.' Rare and Irreplaceable. How Los Feliz living is meant to be!"

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N 9 B 1.2K C 3 E Jun 28, 2016 F Jun 29, 2016
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Architect Norman Lancaster designed the contemporary home for contractor Paul Rothacker in 1964. The 2-bedroom, 2-bath home in 1618 sq.ft. is currently (June 2016) on the market listed for sale for $1,495,000 and described in the listing as "You'll feel like you're floating above it all in this tastefully updated Mid Century Modern hilltop home. Add the vibe of its 1964 architectural heritage and you'll see why this special home takes advantage of the head-on jetliner views.

Located on one of Los Feliz's premiere streets mere steps from Griffith Park, its wraparound balcony also offers daily inspiration of the neighboring iconic Frank Lloyd Wright Ennis House. A reimagined chef's kitchen with ample storage and counter space welcomes guests to pull up a bar stool and relax. With two bedrooms and two full baths all on one level, this entertainer's home flows seamlessly from room to room. The expansive great room contains a big screen projector and dining space gilded with authentic period details. An original stairway out back leads up to an idyllic flat space where one can admire the breathtaking views.

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N 9 B 1.3K C 1 E Oct 20, 2017 F Oct 20, 2017
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Architect Jules G. Koppel (1882-1952) designed the Italianate style house for Angelo and Bernice Pontrelli in 1936. Pontrelli was born in Italy on September 14, 1900, one of seven children of Angelo Michale and Caterina Pontrelli. The family immigrated to the United States on December 27, 1920. The younger Angelo found work in Los Angeles as a blacksmith and lived in the house with his wife and their two children, Catherine and Michael. He died on May 31, 1984.

The Pontrelli House is located at 4123 Tracy Street in the Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

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