Loma Vista Place is one of Silver Lake's hidden treasures. It's a stair street dating back to the early 1900s when LA was "well-served by trolleys, streetcars, buses, and light-rail systems." Lined with bungalows of a bygone era, the street crosses Glendale Blvd to Allesandro Way, offering residents an enchanting hidden enclave in the city. Hidden from passers-by behind a tall fence, the shingle-clad, two-story bungalow is positioned to capture surrounding hillside views. Inside, the home opens to a dining area that flows to an open living room and kitchen. The dwelling's most striking features are the windows, particularly the ones positioned behind a spiral staircase, framing the morning sunlight flickering between the yard's mature trees and capturing the glow of LA's magical sunsets. Windows of both bedrooms frame the green scenery of the lush outdoors with the primary bedroom with an ensuite bathroom opening to the rear yard. The residents of the Loma Vista stairs are a tight-knit community who sometimes head over to The Red Lion together or host 'Scare on the Stairs,' a Halloween event for the kids who live on the street. It's one of the streets that makes LA special.