Traditionally, the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles has not been known as a haven for beautiful and historic architecture.
A 1928 Spanish Colonial Revival home with four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and two half bathrooms, on a one-acre lot
Built in 1895, the Queen Anne–style L.A. home boasts a trove of original details, including decorative gable, lattice, and spindle work.
This peacock-hued Queen Anne Victorian in Boyle Heights has witnessed quite a bit in its lifetime.
Awarded Historic-Cultural Monument status in 1988, the Edwards residence is a treasure trove of delightful artistic flourishes.
We’re a humble but mighty group of old house lovers with years of personal historic real estate and marketing experience. From uniquely shaping your home to be as market ready as possible, to securing financing, working with artisans, multi-family properties and more, our well rounded set of skills will help you to get where you need to.