8661 Nash Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90046
2 BR/2 BA
Brand new to the market, the A. Quincy Jones House & Studio #1. The residence was built in 1939 when Jones was still apprenticing with architect Burton A. Schutt.
Jones and his wife designed and built this incredible home, which was originally a duplex. After the war, Jones converted the buildings to a single family residence.
The home is iconic yet the space is flexible. The residence reflects many of the design ideas and philosophies that Jones would continue to develop throughout his career.
The two-bedroom, two-bath home is approximately 2,158 and includes and art studio.
The home is perfectly located within native greenery, high on the western slope of Laurel Canyon. It is also part of the Wonderland Elementary School District. This one is not to be missed!
Listing courtesy of Deborah Glusker and Crosby Doe, Crosby Doe Associates, Inc.
4240 Palmero Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90065
I am very excited to present my newest listing: a Mid-Century Modern in Mt. Washington with major views and LAND. Rarely does a home with this much usable FLAT land become available anywhere on the east side.
This light-filled 1950s 3BR/2BA has an abundance of style with a great open floor plan, built-in bookshelves, fireplace, and pitched ceilings.
4311 Finley Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027
3 Units: Each 1 BR/1 BA
For buyers looking for a fantastic income property, this is the listing for you! Located in Los Feliz, just two blocks from Hillhurst Avenue’s shops and restaurants, this special property offers three separate bungalow homes on one lot. All three have been extensively renovated with high-end finishes and fixtures.
The rear “owner’s unit” has been completely rebuilt with a modern farmhouse feel.
The owner’s unit includes an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings.
The top-of-the-line kitchen includes Carrara marble countertops, reclaimed wood shelving, custom cabinetry, Miele microwave and coffee machine, Sub-Zero refrigerator and beverage center, and a Wolf range.
226 South Rimpau
Los Angeles, CA 90004
6 BR/ 7 BA
This incredible new listing in Hancock Park was originally built in 1954, and has undergone an impeccable restoration inspired by the wineries of Napa Valley. The compounded front courtyard features California oaks. The teak boardwalk leads you into a giant entry with beamed and vaulted ceilings.
Meticulously considered details abound from the light filled floorplan, to the seamless indoor to outdoor flow. The property overlooks Wilshire Country Club’s 8th fairway and the Hollywood Hills beyond.
Gallery-like walls highlight open yet defined living spaces.
The home’s dream kitchen includes Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, white oak island with seating for five, plus an enormous pantry with a vintage library ladder.
176 Jaxine Drive
Altadena, CA 91001
Main House: 2 BR/2 BA
Guest Unit: 1 BR/1 BA
This mid-century modern compound is sited on over one-half-acre in the upper foothills of Altadena. The exceptional property consists of two homes built for original owner, noted sculptor David Green.
The main house was designed by Randall Makinson, AIA in 1964 and features 2 bedrooms, 1 ¾ baths, sculpted ceilings, and clerestory windows.
The walls of glass open onto a full-length deck that overlooks the woodsy outdoor space and canyon views.
3620 Lombardy Road
Pasadena, CA 91107
5 BR/4 BA
The Van de Kamp Estate, built in 1951 by architect W. Bourne, is located in the highly-desirable Chapman Woods section of Pasadena.
The 3,724-square-foot-home was designed for Arthur Van de Kamp and his wife Mary Lou. The Van de Kamps owned specialty foods company Lawry’s, including the popular Tam O’Shanter and Lawry’s Prime Rib.
This modernist estate offers dynamic indoor to outdoor flow, stunning floor to ceiling windows, and an original brick fireplace in the living room.
635 Kaweah Drive
Pasadena, CA 91105
2 BR/2 BA
Built in 1949 by architect Robert E. Bond, this newly listed mid-century is located in the Poppy Peak Historic District of Pasadena. Along with Bond, homes in this area were designed by notable architects including Richard Neutra; Harwell Hamilton Harris; and Buff, Straub and Hensman.
The residence is stunningly beautiful in its simplicity and design.
While modestly sized, the home’s walls of glass, angled roofline, and multiple outdoor areas provide a much grandeur feel.
2023 Micheltorena St
Los Angeles, CA 90039
I have a great new listing coming soon in Silver Lake! At the top of Silver Lake in the coveted Moreno Highlands area sits this magical 1940s mid-century.
This warm and inviting 3BR/2BA home is overflowing with character and features a large living room with high beamed ceiling and fireplace, a cozy den, and dining area all with incredible westward-facing views.
The newly remodeled kitchen with vintage stove opens to a large laundry room with tons of storage. Direct access into the house from oversized 2-car garage.
1977 Lucile Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90039
2BR/3BA, 1,885sf, 12,584sf lot
I am very excited to present my newest listing! True mid-century modern living is found in this Silver Lake “treehouse” designed by architect Robert A. Pratt circa 1954.
Brilliantly sited to capture spectacular 180 degree views from the mountains to the ocean, this organic 2BR/3BA home is on an oversized street to street, 12,000+sf lot made up of three parcels, featuring lush vegetation, mature trees, a large flat pad, and meandering pathways.
Built from redwood, maple, concrete, & steel this visionary home allows you to feel at one with nature and your surroundings.
295 Glenullen Drive
Pasadena, CA 91105
3 BR/2 BA
For the very first time on the market, this incredible, architect-designed, mid-century fixer. The home was designed and built in 1952 by local architect Dante De Cicco for his personal family residence.
This relatively untouched residence epitomizes the Southern California mid-century style with floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, thoughtful layout, and seamless blending of indoors to outdoors. Most of the home’s original details remain, from the Herringbone pattern cork floors to the Roman brick fireplace in a stack bond pattern to the combed plywood between the ceiling beams.
The 1,719 square foot home offers an amazing renovation and preservation opportunity for the right buyer!