A native Angeleno and passionate student of architecture, Benjamin Kahle brings a wealth of experience and uncommon expertise to clients interested in historic properties and unique Los Angeles homes.
Benjamin is more than a realtor, he’s a partner. Beyond his specialized knowledge, he takes great pride in his approachable nature, keen attention to detail and his ferocity at the negotiating table. And he tends to attract clients who are equally unique. People who believe, like he does, that a home is an art form and that the process of buying or selling should be stress-free and exciting.
In 2013, Benjamin co-founded View Park Conservancy, a non-profit organization which led a three year initiative to have the View Park neighborhood of Los Angeles listed on the National Register of Historic Places, which was passed in April of 2016.
Composed of nearly 1800 homes, View Park becomes the largest National Register historic district in the Country based on African American history, and the largest in California in terms of total property owners.
Benjamin currently resides in the renowned historic Doumakes House, the first local historic landmark (Landmark #1) in Unincorporated Los Angeles County.
Benjamin’s areas of expertise are: View Park, Leimert Park, Baldwin Hills, Ladera Heights, Inglewood, Mar Vista, Culver City, West LA, Venice, Santa Monica, Hancock Park and Miracle Mile. Historic Districts and Mills Act Properties.