This newly listed Southern Colonial garden estate in Hancock Park was built in 1929 by architect Roland Coate. The incredible grounds were designed by renowned landscape architect and community developer, A.E. Hanson.
This year’s Dwell Design Week and Modern Home Tours are right around and corner! The 2012 event will highlight the best of Los Angeles’ architecture and design, with a portion of ticket proceeds going to Dwell’s non-profit partner, Architecture for Humanity.
The Skinner House, built by William Kesling in 1937, is an impeccably maintained example of Streamline Moderne architecture.
On the market for the first time in 24 years, this classic Silver Lake artist’s residence is a perfect example of what has attracted buyers to this neighborhood for many years. Large windows, concrete floors, high ceilings, skylights, views, and other artistic touches create the perfect ambiance for creativity and comfortable living.
Built in 1940, this modern English home is located on the Eagle Rock side of the San Rafael Hills. The 1,940 square foot residence features classic details throughout, including original magnasite floors, curved staircase, and vaulted and beamed ceilings.
I really like this new listing in Silver Lake. It’s in a great location, has nice architectural elements and great outdoor space. The California bungalow was built in 1922 and has been carefully update…
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.
This new listing in Mt. Washington, known as Treehaven, was built between 1908-1924 and is listed as L.A. Historic-Cultural Monument #392.
This updated mid-century ranch in Eagle Rock has a lot to offer a potential buyer. Built in 1948, the 1,663 square foot home is conveniently located above Colorado Boulevard in the popular Dahlia Heights Elementary School District.
I saw this home today and it’s amazing. The Panel House is the first residence built by architect Barbara Bestor. The 1,348 square foot, loft-like home is set high up in Mt. Washington, with incredible views of downtown Los Angeles.