3640 Multiview Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90068
3 BR, 1.75 BA
The Rawdon House was built in 1961 by Pearson & Rawdon. The classic post and beam style residence was beautifully restored and published in 2004.
The house is set above the street on a private drive with stunning city and canyon views.
12012 Pacoima Court
Studio City, CA 91604
2 BR, 1 BA
This new mid-century modern listing in Studio City has a cabin in the woods feel. Built in 1950, the home has only changed hands twice; the current owner bought it from the original owner/architect.
The 1,217 square foot residence has incredible architectural details intact, including mahogany walls and doors, concrete floors, and beautiful wood beamed pitched ceilings.
24514 Malibu Road
Malibu, CA 90265
3 BR, 3 BA
Just in time for summer, the perfect Malibu beach house hits the market. Designed by architect Craig Ellwood in 1957, this mid-century modern home is situated on a sandy stretch of Malibu Road with almost 50 feet of frontage. The property includes a 2-bedroom, 2-bath main residence and a separate 1-bedroom, 1-bath guest apartment.
This published home maintains Ellwood’s original design and features stunning floor to ceiling walls of glass and unbeatable ocean views.
1718 Webster Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90026
2 BR, 3 BA
I’m loving the newly listed Greenwood House, built in 1954 by architect Lee B. Kline. It’s set high in the hills of Silver Lake on a street-to-street lot. The home includes a redwood bridge/deck that leads to the entrance, lots of outdoor space and a beautiful kidney shaped pool, which you don’t find too often in the area.
The 1,900 square foot post and beam residence features sliding glass walls in the living room and dining room, a trapezoid shape deck that runs the width of the house, and incredible panoramic views.
875 Laguna Road
Pasadena, CA 91105
3 BR, 2 BA
This mid-century modern, post and beam home (1955) is one of four residences designed and built by J.W. Putnam on highly-desirable Laguna Road in the San Rafael section of Pasadena. The 1,673 square foot, steel-based home spans a flowing creek bed stemming from nearby Johnston Lake.
The step-down living room features vaulted, beamed ceilings and a wood burning fireplace. There are brand-new sliding glass doors and direct outdoor access from all the living spaces throughout–allowing full access to the beautiful, park-like grounds.
12327 Rochedale Lane
Los Angeles, CA 90049
3 BR, 2 BA
The Kalmick House, built in 1950 by A. Quincy Jones, is one of the best remaining examples of the Mutual Housing Association’s postwar tract.
Located in the sought-after architectural development of Crestwood Hills in Brentwood, the Mutual Housing Association was built in the early 1950s by architects A. Quincy Jones, Whitney R. Smith, and structural engineer Edgardo Contin as modern, inexpensive housing for families.
The award-winning architectural was designated as Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 634 and is covered by the Mills Tax Act.
8636 Allenwood Road
Los Angeles, CA 90046
3 BR, 2.5 BA
Built in 1959, this classic mid-century in the Laurel Hills section of the Hollywood Hills has it all–gorgeous walls of glass, wood beamed ceilings, bamboo floors, fireplace and more.
The 2,507 square foot residence has been modernized with today’s buyer in mind, while maintaining the stunning mid-century architectural details.
711 South San Rafael
Pasadena, CA 91105
4 BR, 4 BA
It’s always exciting when a house of this architectural significance hits the market. Case Study House #10, designed in 1947 by father and son team Kemper Nomland and Kemper Nomland, Jr., is the only CSH in Pasadena. The 2,686 square foot post & beam is divided into 3 levels, paralleling the slope of its .37-acre lot in the San Rafael Hills.
The residence features walls of glass that open to a back garden, grassy yard, pool and guesthouse.
3893 Avenida Del Sol
Studio City, CA 91604
1 BR, 1 BA
This brand-new listing in Studio City was built by architect Ralph Bowerman, A.I.A, in 1950.
It was Rock Hudson’s home from 1951 to 1955 and was featured in Architectural Digest’s Hollywood at Home. (The above photo is Bill Anderson’s portrait of Rock Hudson, 1954.)
Nestled in the hills above Coldwater Canyon, this peaceful and private mid-century modern residence has been thoughtfully restored and updated. It features stunning wraparound walls of glass, treetop views from every room and a dipping pool.
3608 Crownridge Drive
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
5 BR, 5.5 BA
I’m thrilled to present my new listing on Take Sunset! Built in 1960 by Bernard Zimmerman, FAIA, the Altschuler/Greenberg House is sited on a picturesque hilltop in a highly desirable Sherman Oaks location with sweeping hilltop and mountain views.
Zimmerman’s classic mid-century “white box” design features spectacular floor to ceiling walls of glass and a floating terrazzo bridge entry.
Later award-winning additions by Lawrence A. Robbins, AIA, seamlessly added approximately 2,000 square feet of interior space–making it approximately 6,400 square feet with 5 bedrooms, 5 1/2 bathrooms, den, family room, sauna, bar, patios, pool and tennis court.