A Colonial Revival-style home that sold in September takes the cake for the most expensive home sale in Silver Lake this year.

Formerly owned by noted artist and illustrator Pauline Annon, the 1930s home catches the eye from the street with its classic red-brick façade and white trim around the front door. Contemporary updates fill the 3,280 square feet of living space, which has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. Amenities include a formal dining room, remodeled kitchen, wine cellar and screening room. Balconies, including one attached to the master suite, feature mountain views.

Tracy Do of Compass was the listing agent.
Read the rest of the story in the Real Estate section of the LA Times.

Thank you  Los Angeles Times for featuring our sale of this stunning red brick Colonial home –  we are so proud to have sold it for the highest price recorded in the Silver Lake in 2017. A remarkable property led to a remarkable transaction, and we are so honored to share this success. We were delighted to assist the seller in the acquisition and sale of this rare masterpiece – if you are thinking of buying or selling a property, we are here to help.

Sold in September 2017 for $2.5 million.



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