First offering: City of Los Angeles Cultural Historic Monument #380, The Kallis-Sharlin Residence, 1946, by architect Rudolph Schindler, with later additions by Josef Van der Kar, and L.A. Ten architect Leroy Miller, F.A.I A. Art and music have always flourished in this dynamic space originally designed for artist Mischa Kallis as a residence and art … Continued
This rare Buff and Hensman (1965) is located in the hills of Eagle Rock and features stunning floor-to-ceiling windows to enjoy the 180-degree views from every room. The middle-level living room offers an original, wood faced floor to ceiling fireplace, as well. The main kitchen has quartz countertops, custom cabinets, and a center island. Highlighting this … Continued
Built in 1954 and on the market for the first time in over 50 years, this mid-century home is ready for a new buyer to help it reach its full potential. The residence is located in the Whiting Woods section of Glendale, an area that enjoys an abundance of live oak and sycamore trees. This … Continued
In 1962 USC architect student Emil Dutko created his own mid-century masterpiece in Mt Washington. The result is this magical hillside residence with lovely treetop and canyon views. The 1,242-square-foot tri-level offers plenty of style with period wood, brick and cork floors, and huge light-filled windows. You really can’t beat the light in this charming … Continued
Modernist hillside duplex above Silver Lake’s Sunset Junction. Designed by architect Edward Richard Lind (a protege of R. M. Schindler), this was Lind’s own lifelong family home and he perfectly sited it to capture the stunning views in every direction.
This striking home embodies the ideal of late Mid-Century modern with lots of glass and the use of redwood inside and out. The U-shape design creates a tranquil oasis, taking full advantage of both city views and the natural surroundings of Griffith Park. The courtyard allows a seamless flow between the indoor and outdoor spaces. … Continued
The Ansalem A. Ernst House by Gregory Ain c. 1937. LA Historic-Cultural Monument No. 840. First time on market in over twenty years, this iconic home is located in the coveted Los Feliz Oaks.
The Crowell Residence, 1967, by architect Theodore Pletsch in collaboration with owner/decorator Jean Crowell. Eleven years after its completion, an article in the Los Angeles Times Home Magazine celebrated the timelessness of the property, attributing this quality to Crowell’s design sense acquired while living abroad. Three sets of massive glass doors open to the formal … Continued
New to the market, this mid-century home built in 1950. The four bedroom, four bath is an entertainer’s paradise. Sited on a huge, 15,600 square foot corner lot and hidden behind palms and succulents. The single level home has been reimagined for today’s comforts, but many period details remain, including ripple glass, built-in shelving, curved … Continued
Stunning mid-century modern c.1952 in the Ivanhoe School District of Silver Lake. With incredible views out to the city & ocean, this stylish tri-level Moreno Highlands home has had many updates while staying true to its roots.