With three bedrooms and two full baths, this historic Jefferson Park home, which was once one of LA’s premier international style residences, had a near miss with a wrecking ball back in the mid-2000s – but it now proudly stands renovated and ready for its new owner to settle in.
Initially designed for ceramist Glen Lukens by famed SOCA architect Raphael Soriano, the home features a flat roof, an open floorplan, and wrap-around windows that allow for ample natural light to flow in.
Surrounded by a lush green yard and mature trees, there is a relaxing feel both inside and out. As an added feature, the property’s early 1900’s greenhouse has been repurposed and is now used as an open-air dining area.
Winner of numerous California preservation awards – and designated as a Los Angeles Cultural Monument in 2007 – the property features unique architectural lines throughout. There is also a two-car garage, with ample outdoor space for parking more vehicles.
Located at 3425 West 27th Street (in the highly sought-after Jefferson Park), this unique residence is being offered for sale at $1.985 million. Private tours can be arranged for interested purchasers.