Spanish Homes for Sale in Los Angeles
Discover the latest Spanish homes for sale in Los Angeles below.
Spanish style homes, with their distinct stucco and terracotta roof tiles, draw their design elements from Spanish colonial building style and are a popular home type for buyers in Los Angeles.
From Monterey, Mission Style and Revival, Spanish style homes are called various things, and depending who you ask, you’ll receive a different answer.
Characteristics that make up Spanish-style homes are:
- Small windows
- Stucco Walls
- Low-pitched roofs
- Wood support beams
- Arches and curves
- Wrought iron design
These types of home are found throughout Los Angeles County, including: Malibu, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Hollywood Hills and Glendale.
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Spanish style homes have been influenced by numerous sources over the years.
Therefore, there are a few distinct styles of Spanish home you may already know of and some you may not.
Monterey Style Spanish Homes
A major staples in Monterey Style Spanish Homes is the outdoor space. For example, an additional porch in front of the house or large courtyards for mother nature to be invited in.
Modern construction homes that are Spanish inspired include those that are split-level ranch houses with bay windows. Spanish eclectic homes pull from all previous periods of Spanish style homes (Baroque, Monterey, Puebla) making them one-of-a-kind.
Mission Revival & Moorish
Arched entrance and low roofs are distinctive with Missions Revival homes. These types of Spanish-style homes in Los Angeles mimic the look of actual missions. Expect to see white stucco walls, tiled roofs and maybe even a mission-bell-tower inspired chimney, as you search for Missions Revival homes.
A mash-up of indigenous and Spanish design, Pueblo style Spanish homes feature “Vigas” which are rounded roof beams as well as thick stucco walls and flat roofs. A traditional Pueblo Revival home will be red-earth color. These homes were made popular in the 1920s and 30s.
Spanish Colonial Revival
If what you crave is a Spanish style home that is covered in ornamentation and elegant carvings, a Spanish Colonial Revival is probably what you are looking for.
Mediterranean architecture styles had a strong influence on Spanish Colonial houses.
For example, many of the key elements that were meant to keep homes cool in hotter climate (like stucco walls and terracotta roofs) are also included in Spanish Colonials.
Mediterranean Home Features
- Open layout with plenty of windows
- Numerous terracotta elements
- Palladium windows
- 19th century influenced
- Typically more than 2 stories high
- Symmetrical features
- Low-pitched tiled roofs
- Arched doorways with keystone style details
Spanish Style Home Features
- More simple in design
- Colorful tile accents
- Feature more rounded corners
- Many only feature one floor
- Stone, adobe or stucco facades
- Interior facing courtyards
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