Vintage SoCal | Sellers find a time capsule in their Los Feliz home
The current owners found letters and photos from the original owners while readying the 1937 Spanish-style house for sale.
The Spanish-style home, built in 1937, contained a time capsule that was discovered during a remodeling project. (Michael Wilkerson)
The property, at 2303 Wayne Ave., is priced at $1.75 million.
A secluded courtyard sits at the entryway of the house.
Cornices, moldings, brass door handles and stained-glass windows adorn the 1,821 square feet of interiors. (Paul Barnaby)
Tile inlay creates a pattern in the original wood floors. (Paul Barnaby)
The dining room. (Paul Barnaby)
The light-filled office. (Paul Barnaby)
The courtyard. (Michael Wilkerson)
The patio. (Michael Wilkerson)
Along with photos of the initial home and the original owners was a letter describing Los Angeles and California at the time. Fruit groves and flowering plants were plentiful, wrote Nathan and Clara Pallow. Earthquakes were “practically unknown” and dismissed as “Florida propaganda.” (Paul Barnaby)