On the market for the very first time, The Hendershot House, designed by Richard Neutra, 1962. Nestled in Nichols Canyon, this private and tranquil home is a stunning example of mid-century modern architecture. At approximately 2,600 square feet, there is ample interior space. The residence features 2 living rooms with fireplaces for entertaining, floating stairs, … Continued
Luxury Hollywood Hills living is found in this contemporary Spanish in the gated Beau Monde community off Mulholland Drive.
The Wohlstetter House, 1945, by architect Josef Van der Kar and landscape by Garrett Eckbo. In 1955, a Los Angeles Herald-Examiner article called it “House in the Sky” but a generation later the unsparing verdure of bamboo claimed it a “House in the Forest.” The 4-bedroom, 3-bath residence is set down a gated driveway creating a … Continued
Built in 1928, this Spanish Revival has it all: authentic character, picturesque views, sprawling flat grassy lawns, and a sparkling pool. The 4,000 square-foot home is tastefully adorned with arches, peg & groove hardwood floors, carved wooden doors, Saltillo pavers, beamed ceilings, gently curved ironwork, and more. The dramatic living room features an impressive towering … Continued
Stunning Beachwood Canyon modern combining architectural elements both old and new. This two-story mid-century post & beam has been tastefully updated to create the perfect Hollywood Hills hideaway.
Just listed in at the top of the Hollywood Hills is The De Jonghe Residence by Lloyd Wright. Built in 1949 with later enhancements by architect John Powell.
The Underwood Residence, 1928, is now on the market for the first time in 58 years. Built by acclaimed architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood as his family residence. Underwood is best known for his design of National Park lodges, including the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite Valley. Underwood enhanced architect and planner Franz Herding’s original vision for the upscale Hollywood Knolls … Continued
Now on the market, one of Los Angeles’ most famous homes. Acknowledged world-wide as a seminal modernist design, Case Study House #21 is arguably Pierre Koenig’s greatest architectural achievement. A true high point of the Case Study Program, promoted by Arts & Architecture Magazine from 1945 to 1964. One of the few Case Study homes that was a … Continued
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
Built in 1939, the extraordinary Zappa Estate was once home to music legend Frank Zappa and his family. The property includes stunning interior, rooftop tennis court, large swimmers pool, two guest cottages, attached guest apartment, one-of-a-kind mosaic art, and a recording studio. The approximately 8,000-square-foot home is nestled on a quiet drive in the Hollywood … Continued