El Cabrillo is one of eight courtyard developments designed in the 1920s by husband-and-wife team Arthur and Nina Zwebell, who perfected the romantic Spanish Colonial Revival.
While trailblazing architect Paul R. Williams embraced a range of architectural styles, he is best known for his glamorous historic revival-style homes that, to this day, possess the glamor of Hollywood’s bygone era.
This Women’s History month is marked by the timely closing of a classic Spanish-style fourplex in Echo Park formerly owned by Marie, a savvy single mother making bold moves.
New on the market is this romantic Spanish with bygone glam-era details still intact.
One of Leimert Park’s very special Spanish-style dwellings just hit the market.
An historic residence built in 1927 by local architect Everett Phipps Babcock is up for grabs in Pasadena’s historic condo building La Casa Torre.
Songtress Lourdes Hernández and hubby Zach Leigh transformed a tired looking 1920s Spanish-style residence into a dreamy Los Feliz Shangri-La.
There was dingy carpet, grandma wallpaper, Pepto Bismal pink accents, and heavy valances and curtains dimming the natural sunlight in almost every room. But the bones of this residence in Leimert Park were oh, so good.
A three-bedroom townhouse at El Cabrillo, one of Hollywood’s cherished Spanish revival courtyard buildings, recalls the glamorous style and spirit of Hollywood’s heyday.
Located in the coveted Laughlin Park neighborhood of Los Feliz, this vintage 1920s Spanish by Carleton M. Winslow is yearning for someone to return it to its intended glory.