Schindler-designed apartment is up for rent in Silver Lake

A home at Rudolph Schindler’s 1924-built Sachs Apartments is up for rent in Silver Lake.

The Austrian-born architect graced Los Angeles with his famous live/work home on Kings Road in West Hollywood, commercial spaces, a church, and several single-family homes and multifamily residences, including the Falk and Bubeshko Apartments nearby.

Also known as Manola Court, Schindler built this 16-unit compound at 1826 Lucile Ave for his friend, Romanian-born artist Herman Sachs.

Inside, this fully-furnished two-bedroom apartment features hardwood floors, wood-paneled ceilings, built-ins, period-appropriate furniture, and large windows where you’ll spend hours looking at the landmark views of the Hollywood Sign and Griffith Park Observatory, Silver Lake hillsides, and nightly sunsets.

As one resident notes of a Schindler space, the architect “pioneered an era of architecture that sought to bring the outside into the space, to live seamlessly with nature.” Just outside your door is a private patio with grounds landscaped by Terremoto.

Asking rent for a lease term of 6+ months is $4,800 and includes one off-street parking spot.

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