Built in 1935, the Roadster House is located in North Hollywood, CA and has owned by three generations of vintage car enthusiasts; Nelson, Sparks & Steele.
An inviting patio shaded by an 80 year old China Berry Tree sits between the main house and the three garages.
The Roadster House has hosted several photo shoots from car lover's Hot Rod Deluxe to fashion magazine, BeloMag.
The Big Garage measures 2160 square feet (48ft by 45ft), and was built in 1955 by the original owner and car collector, Raymond Nelson.
The Middle Garage Measures 14ft x 40ft, and sits between the Original Garage and Big Garage.
A walk through the The Roadster House feels like a stepping back in time as vintage details can be found in every room of the house and garages.
The Spanish Beams are original to this 1935 home and add charm to both its living room and dining rooms.
The backyard of the Roadster House is shaded by a large China Berry tree and features several sitting areas as well as an Arbor which was built in 1935.
The Tommy Sparks Roadster Pickup resides at the Roadster House today.
Mint Green Art Deco Tile accompanies a Mint Green O'keefe and Merritt Stove as well as Big Chill Fridge and Dishwasher in this 1935 Kitchen.
Art Deco Tile in Purples, Soft Yellows and Black make up the Master Bath of the Roadster house. There is also a small half bath with mint green tile.
The Roadster House photo shoots capture both modern and vintage subjects. The Main House as well as the Garages are available for both film and photography projects.
Vintage Cars can be included as backdrops at the Roadster House.
Built in 1935, the Roadster House retains all of it's original vintage charm, and has been lovingly kept by 3 different generations of car collectors for over 80 years.
The Original Garage measures 61ft x 15ft and can house up to 5 cars. Many of the tools used in 1940 by Ray Nelson to restore cars remain hanging on the walls.
There are two driveways, and two car ports at the Roadster House.