This Eagle Rock stunning home is for sale! The 1930’s two-story Spanish home has distinct period features and modernized amenities. Stunning steel arch double doors lead you to the backyard and sparkling salt-water pool. Here you’ll find some fun history about Eagle Rock’s thriving community!
Take the sweeping staircase upstairs where the two master suites have double doors that flow onto the beautiful south facing balcony with views of the mountains and Downtown.
A formal living room with decorative fireplace has views of the private front garden that feature three mature olive trees and Mediterranean landscape. Let the Shelhamer Real Estate Group open the doors to homeownership!
The kitchen is open concept, with a La Cornue range, Omega cabinetry and Silestone countertops that connect to the family room with an integrated A/V system with Sonos throughout, integrated ceiling speakers, LG 65″ E7P OLED.
Wonderful natural light and a very livable layout make it the epitome of Californian lifestyle. There are so many different facets to California including some fun facts that you can find here.
All four bedrooms are spacious and have walk-in closets. With a separate two car garage, finished basement and custom security fence and surrounding security cameras this can be your dream home!
The date and origin of the name Eagle Rock for the large conglomerate formation which names the community and the preceding City of Eagle Rock (1911-1923) is unknown. The term seems to be associated with the coming of English speakers to the valley around 1886 when the land was dispersed out of the Rancho San Rafael. The Spanish speakers before this referred to the rock as Piedra Gorda (fat rock).
The association of the term Eagle Rock with the native people of the area (formerly known as Gabrielino now known as Tongva) was asserted by many of the early historians of the valley, most prominently Emma (Mrs. C. W.) Young. The phrasing of these legends together with the lack of actual communication with or knowledge of the native people makes these associations quite doubtful in my view. As far as I know no one has asked the Tongva their view or whether such a legend exists in their oral tradition. This said, below is a version of the legend which was published around 1970 on the back of note cards sold by the Eagle Rock High School Jazz Band. (Eric Gordon)
“Indian Legend – An Indian baby lay on a skin. An Eagle swooped, clutched the babe and flew eastward. The Indians in chase, called to the Sun, “Let him crush himself against the Rock and turn to stone upon it.” ‘Twas done, the infant lay unhurt below.”
2385 Hill Drive Los Angeles, California. 90041 2.6Mil Beds 4 Baths 4 Living Sq Ft 4,157
Listing Agents: Alisandra Morisi & Katherine Nitsou of Sotheby’s International Real Estate Natalie Stern Trabin Compass Realty
For more information contact Glenn Shelhamer of The Shelhamer Real Estate Group at 310.913.9477 or Email US.
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