The Austrian Spencer House by legendary mid-century architect Raphael Soriano. This redefined work of art is situated in a prime section of the Silver Lake hills moments from the reservoir, restaurants, coffee shops, and hiking trails. Views of downtown compliment this modern setting and open floor plan. Beautifully landscaped yard with terraced gardens, privacy, and spa create a tranquil outdoor experience. A true masterpiece that remains an important piece of Silver Lake’s rich mid-century history.
Raphael Soriano played an integral role in defining mid-century modern architecture. After immigrating to Los Angeles in 1924 and graduating from the University of Southern California School of Architecture in 1929, Soriano interned for renowned architects Richard Neutra and Rudolph Schindler. He was an intern for renowned architects Richard Neutra and Rudolph Schindler. The Neutra VDL studio
where Soriano interned is also located in Silver Lake and is a must see for mid-century architecture fans and followers. The Austrian Spencer House represents one of only twelve homes remaining of Soriano’s 50 buildings he designed, making this a truly unique and rare opportunity to own a piece of history.