C.W. Powers, Architect, 1928. Prolific during Los Angeles' golden age of architecture, C.W. Powers' revivalist design contributions throughout the region show a level of building mastery and skill perfectly suited as the burgeoning Southern California landscape continued to grow. His contributions, many of which are large-scale, multi-story residential buildings completed in the 1920s through the 1930s, incorporated Spanish Colonial, Romanesque, English, and Chateau revival styles that appealed to a "new California" and an influx of citizens who flocked to the region with tepid climate and abundant work opportunities. And while Powers may have achieved much of his fame from iconic commissions such as Arwyn Manor, Fleur De Lis, and Val d'Amour, his smaller projects, such as this two-story Spanish Colonial Revival two-unit apartment building built for L.M. Halper, are no less significant. Powers' extensive use of hardwood floors, intricate plaster ceiling ornamentation, oversized living room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast room, three bedrooms and bathrooms all emphasize the importance of his work which is now ready for those who lease this exceptional apartment home. Central air and heat, recently updated kitchen and baths, service porch, and two-car garage.
Leased $5,500/mo.
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Garage - Two Door, 2 Spaces
  • 2710 Sqft
  • 7157 Lot
Matthew Berkley, MA
Matthew Berkley, MA
Mobile (626) 665-3699
CalDRE #01305277
Scott Lander, DC
Scott Lander, DC
Mobile (323) 697-4909
Office (310) 275-1000
CalDRE #01320741

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316 North Orange Drive is a residential lease property located in Los Angeles, CA. This property sits on a 7157 sqft lot, is 2710 sqft, with 3 bedrooms, 3 baths.