Serene Silver Lake Spanish-style seeks $3.35M


Jenna Chandler

The entrance features a grand archway, mirrored throughout the interior.

Overlooking the Silver Lake Reservoir

Among the few women practicing architecture in Los Angeles in the 1920s and ’30s was Frankie Faulkner. The New York-native designed several Spanish Colonial Revival-style homes in Silver Lake, including this 1928 beauty in the Moreno Highlands.

Spanning 2,833 square feet, the tile-roofed home holds four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. Remodeled in 2016 by local design firm DISC Interiors, it now features a more subdued and neutral palette, along with hand-made tile and custom hardware.

Still intact are arched doorways and windows, including a large storybook window in the living room, where there’s also a beamed barrel ceiling and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace.

Located at 2210 Moreno Drive, on 5,663 square feet overlooking the Silver Lake Reservoir, the outside areas include “a Provencal garden [that] surrounds a saltwater pool” and terraced patios [with] entertainment and lounge spaces, making this an ideal place to spend sunny days.”

The asking price is $3.35 million.

Period details include an arched storybook window and beamed barrel ceiling.

A 2016 remodel brought contemporary details, including hand-made tile and custom hardware.

The yard holds a saltwater pool.

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