Elizabeth Moule and Stefanos Polyzoides, Architects
Los Angeles has a long and distinguished history of urban courtyard housing. Strangely, almost no such courtyards have been built in Los Angeles since the early 1930’s. In 2000, Elizabeth Moule and Stefanos Polyzoides, Architects and Urbanists, revived the tradition of courtyard housing at Harper Court, with modern-day appointments. Harper Court was the first new building of this type to be built in over 75 years, using as a reference Hollywood precedents such as the Andalusia and the Ronda. Organized around four courtyards with seven fountains, Harper Court: Seven Fountains is located adjacent to the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood.
This townhouse has 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms plus an office, with Spanish tile and hardwood floors and a wood burning fireplace. The spacious 3rd floor master has a walk-in closet, en-suite bathroom and private patio. The 2nd floor bedroom has an adjacent office and a secluded patio with private entrance from the street. The open-plan kitchen, breakfast nook and living room open to a courtyard as well as a private patio. There is direct access to underground parking, with 2 side-by-side spots, in-unit laundry and a large storage room. The lushly landscaped courtyards feature furnished sitting areas, fountains, a spa and an outdoor fireplace.
Garage: 2 Cars