Over looking the Angeles National Forest in La Cresenta on a sprawling six acre lot are two new to market architectural homes. The first home, the Dorothy Serulnic Residence was designed and built in 1953 by Richard Neutra. The Pittman and Dowell residence, designed and built in 2009 by Michael Maltzman sits at a lower point on the sprawling lot and is a complimentary structure. Bridging the two is The Pavilion, a California Native and Cactus garden.
Newly constructed this year, these two new contemporary residences are situated side by side on winding Descanso Drive in the hills just about Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake. Built by Rocking Horse Redevelopement and designed by Sunia Homes, this is their second foray into the central Los Angeles market. In 2012 their first design was celebrated as part of the Dwell on Design tour and located at 915 Rosemount Avenue in Echo Park. Both homes feature Sunia Homes eco-friendly green features as part of their standard design/ build plans and include structurally insulated panel (SIP) construction, solar panels, energy monitoring, low VOC paint throughout, rain barrels and drought tolerant landscaping.
Sunset Junction special! I just listed this 2-story 2BR/2.5BA town home overlooking Bellevue Park is in a great Silver Lake location. Remodeled and move-in ready, this condo features beautiful hardwood floors, central air and heat, large eat-in kitchen, and views throughout.
Newly listed in the Hollywood Hills this 1969 property’s main house was designed by mid-century modern architect Hal Levitt. Down a long, private and lushly landscaped driveway the house emerges and seems to almost cantilever over the drive exposing it’s floor to ceiling panes of glass.
This 4,000 square foot residence in prime Beverly Hills was built in 1967 and features clean lines, walls of glass, and Fleetwood doors offering truly seamless indoor outdoor flow.
This mid-century modern, post and beam home is one of four residences designed and built by architect J.W. Putnam on the highly desirable Laguna Road in the San Rafael section of Pasadena. Built in 1955, the 1,673 square foot, steel-based home spans a flowing creek bed stemming from nearby Johnston Lake.
This 3-bedroom, 2-bath Echo Park home has been completely remodeled with eco-friendly updates, including reclaimed wood, low-VOC paints, marmoleum and Brazilian cherry flooring, and rolled-steel windows. The 1,422 square foot interior offers a modern, bright and airy feel with lots of windows and an open floor plan.
This 4 bedroom contemporary home is located in prime Silver Lake–on a private street and in Ivanhoe Elementary School District.
We don’t post about short sales too often on Take Sunset, but this 2,660 square foot home, located in a great Bel Air neighborhood, is an interesting opportunity.
Located steps away from Echo Park Lake, this brand new residence designed by Heyday provides an opportunity for contemporary homeownership in Echo Park. The upslope lots offer privacy from the street and sweeping views of Sunset Blvd.