LA Fab 5 - Episode 1

What are the best houses for sale in Los Angeles this week? Find out on the LA Fab 5. We'll show you the best of the best from character starter homes to grand estates. Join us each week as we explore everything from Tudors in Pasadena, Mid-Century architectural homes in the Hollywood Hills, and mansions in Beverly Hills. Come see all the unique and diverse neighborhoods and architectural styles our city has to offer.

The LA Fab 5 - The Details

1622 Viewmont Drive LA 90069
$19,600,000

  • 5 beds and 8 baths
  • 9810 SF
  • Located off the Sunset Strip
  • Designed by celebrity architect Mike Mueller whose celebrity client list that includes everyone from Nicole Kidman, Sharon Stone, and even the late Johnny Carson
  • A modern take on glamorous Hollywood Regency Style which came out of Hollywood's Golden Age, in the 1930s
  • Rolling lawns are sweeping 270 ° views across the LA skyline - a breathtaking panorama
  • All 5 beds are en suite
  • Highlights include a library, fitness studio, media room, 3-car showcase garage, infinity-edge pool/jacuzzi, and rooftop Sky Lounge
  • spaces flow effortlessly from one to the next, indoor and out

Listed by
Marc Noah of Hilton and Hyland
Jacob Green of Douglas Elliman
Joshua Altman of Douglas Elliman


7400 Pyramid Place LA 90046
$2,495,000

  • 2 beds and 2 baths
  • 1,411 SF
  • Sunset Strip
  • The Jack Lucas Residence 1947
  • Designed by architect Eric Black
  • Example of Post-war modernism.
  • The original homeowner wanted a home that would always look modern.
  • The use of wood and glass throughout is reminiscent of Wrights’ designs.
  • Clean lines represent the traditional of California Modernism
  • Glass walls lookout to a tranquil garden in front
  • In the rear of the home is a pool, spa, and ship-like deck

Listed by
Ilana Gafni of Crosby Doe Assoc.


1771 Devon Road Pasadena
$2,180,000

  • 3 beds and 3 baths
  • 1,981 SF
  • Lot size 21,931
  • Mid century modern built is 1952
  • floor-to-ceiling glass doors to 180-degree views
  • gourmet kitchen
  • vintage round fireplace

Listed by
Rita Whitney of the Agency


138 S Hobart Blvd. LA 90004
$1,438,000

  • 3 beds and 3 baths
  • 1,914 SF
  • Restored 1910 craftsman
  • Original details include built-in cabinetry, stained glass, and exposed rafters - all traits of the American Craftsman
  • Batchelder-style fireplace
  • character-filled Kitchen
  • large, private and magical back garden with Koi pond
  • cozy Sun Porch
  • Pro recording studio/guest house
  • Walk to Larchmont Village

Listed by
Michele Moses of Douglas Elliman

1821 ½ Echo Park Ave, Echo Park
$699,000

  • 1 bed and 1 bath
  • 936 SF
  • They are calling this Neo-rustic California Bungalow
  • California Bungalow was the name given to smaller homes in the American Craftsman style of architecture
  • Classic elements found here is the high pitched beam ceiling and double-hung windows are mixed with modern elements
  • Updated bath has subway tiles and clawfoot bath
  • Updated kitchen has butcher block countertops and brass accents
  • Ships ladder leads to a loft

Listed by
Margaret Cashion of Berkshire Hathaway


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