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Craftsman Homes for Sale in Los Angeles | Influenced by the Arts & Crafts movement at the turn of the 1900s, Craftsman style homes and California bungalows, are part LA’s rich architectural history. These homes and are truly coveted pieces of the city’s legacy. Defining elements of a Craftsman home include strong horizontal lines, low-pitched roofs with overhanging eaves and charming front porches.

Handcrafted interiors with built-ins, reading nooks, Batchelder tile fireplaces and open informal floor plans can be found inside. These homes set themselves apart by creating a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Craftsman homes for sale can be found in many Los Angeles neighborhoods including Hancock ParkHollywood HillsSilver Lake, Echo Park, Pasadena and more. If you appreciate natural wood floors, custom built-ins, original stained-glass windows, and daydream about morning coffee on a big front porch, a Craftsman-style home might be the perfect fit. Contact Beyond Shelter to find additional historic Craftsman homes for sale in Los Angeles.



1921 Silver Lake Vintage Bungalow home

From the broad front veranda of this 1921 Silver Lake Vintage Bungalow home, you can take in sweeping views through palm trees over rooftops and beyond. The veranda is set high above the street, giving you a bird’s eye view of your entire neighborhood.

When you step inside the home, you’re greeted by soft light suffusing the window-filled interiors. The light gleams off the ebony-finished hardwood floors, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere.

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Historic Elysian Heights Craftsman home

Nestled in the hills, this 1912 Elysian Heights Craftsman home is set behind a gate on one of Echo Park’s famous secret stair streets. The secluded setting and tranquil surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for this character-filled home. With original features throughout, including hardwood floors, crown moldings and a fireplace, this historic home is full of historic charm.

Elysian Heights Craftsman home living room

The living room is the perfect place to relax after a long day. Facing amazing views, the large windows bring in great light making the interior space feel bright and airy. The fireplace is the focal point of the room, which is highlighted by original molding throughout.

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Mandeville Canyon Farmhouse with canyon views

Gorgeous two-story Mandeville Canyon Farmhouse perched on the top of the canyon with panoramic hillside views. Located down a private drive in Upper Mandeville Canyon, the property provides privacy, serenity and security. The perfect place to call home if you are looking for stunning canyon views and a peaceful lifestyle. An evening soak in the swimming pool makes a superb spot for taking in a classic California sunset.

Mandeville Canyon Farmhouse with vaulted ceilings

With soaring beamed ceilings, the living room feels airy, open and inviting. Antique industrial lighting suspended above adds a historical element to the space. In addition to the view, the large fireplace clad in Heath tile is the focal point of the room. The space is the perfect place to entertain family and friends and for gatherings large and small.

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Updated Pasadena Craftsman Bungalow front yard

Amazing Updated Pasadena Craftsman Bungalow. There is a lot to love about this bungalow, the welcoming front porch, an updated open floor plan which floods the interior with natural light and the classic stacked river rock façade.

Updated Pasadena Craftsman Bungalow living room

the spacious main living area features an original stone fireplace and a living room that opens to the dining area. The heart of the home is filled with bright light, it feels modern while maintaining original details, crown molding and hardwood floors.

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Stunning Silver Lake Traditional Estate

Silver Lake Traditional Estate perched high in the hills

Spectacular Silver Lake Traditional estate perfectly positioned on nearly 20,000 sf of prime hilltop property with stunning views in every direction. The home was originally built by architect Theodore Criley Jr. in 1939. In its current incarnation, award-winning architect Alice Kimm has added concrete floors, custom cabinetry and sliding walls of glass. Make an entrance down this beautifully landscaped stairway to arrive at a 15’x40’ saltwater pool and spa below.

Inside, the living room is filled with natural light, as the interior space communes with nature just outside the large panels of glass. The perfect little nook provides a serene spot to take it all in.

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