Just Listed! 1732-1734 Silver Lake Boulevard


1732 – 1734 North Silver Lake Boulevard is a one-of-a-kind mid-century/multi-use property designed by case study architect Kemper Nomland Jr. and built by contractor Bill Jadiker.  Offered for sale at $1,795,000.


(Exterior Views below)
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In the heart of trendy Silver Lake Village, this unique property is comprised of 2 buildings on a large street to street lot.  The front building consists of 3 loft units, 1 bedroom each with hardwood floors, fully applianced kitchens, balcony space, and soaring 20 foot ceilings. There is a separate bonus lower level space with commercial/office potential.


(All 3 loft style units have the same design and floor plan. Below are photos of the interior of Unit #1)
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To the rear of the apartment building stands a separate 2-level 3-bedroom 3-bath house with large office/studio, that showcases Nomland’s modernist design.



(Images of the 3-bedroom house interior and private patio below)


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Above The Rainbow Jewelry

Well, here's a project I started fiddling around with about a year ago, so I guess I can't blame the delay on the lack of a DSL connection for over a week.  :-)

But I finally got a few of my friend Lilian's jewelry pieces set up in an Etsy shop.  You can check it out at http://abovetherainbow.etsy.com

Over the last few days (my unplugged days) I got a few other pieces photographed.  Now I just need to get those photos edited and uploaded.  :-)


I am a member of "Active Rain", which is both a social networking community for real estate professionals, and a platform for those professionals to provide real estate information to the general public.

I noticed a few agents posting questions and comments about difficulties in photographing properties.  And I thought ..."there is something I know a little bit about"....  Admittedly, very little. 

But I dove in anyway and began creating a series of basic beginner level photography tutorials.  Soon a couple pro photographers and other serious amateurs were contributing.

After a few months, I realized I wanted a way to save and categorize the posts for future reference, so I started building myphotogroup.com.  And I think myphotogroup.com is almost ready for its debut.

There will probably be more tweaks and revisions to come .... but for now, please allow me to introduce myphotogroup.com   

Please visit, read through the tutorials, and enjoy!