This rare Buff and Hensman (1965) is located in the hills of Eagle Rock and features stunning floor-to-ceiling windows to enjoy the 180-degree views from every room. The middle-level living room offers an original, wood faced floor to ceiling fireplace, as well. The main kitchen has quartz countertops, custom cabinets, and a center island. Highlighting this … Continued
The Max Bubeck Residence by Allyn E. Morris c. 1956. A triumph of Mid-Century Modernism that embodies the best in Los Angeles architecture.
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 Van de Kamp Estate, built in 1951 by architect W. Bourne, is located in the highly-desirable Chapman Woods section of Pasadena.
The Glendale Historical Society 2015 Home Tour is this Sunday, September 27th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year’s tour features six distinctive mid-century modern gems.
Amidst winding redwood decks and nestled within a shady canopy of old oaks, stands this stunning, designer remodeled 1964 Mid Century Modern home. Located in the Verdugo Woodlands neighborhood of Glendale, a curving concrete driveway leads up to the home which is situated on over 1/3 acre.
Located just a few minutes from the Altadena Crest trail, this modern architectural treasure is nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel mountains! Designed by the architect Richard Leitch (USC) as his personal residence, this one-of-a-kind mid-century home perfectly blends mature verdant gardens with interior living spaces.
Situated just south of the San Gabriel Mountains, in lush Altadena, this architectural mid-century offers striking lines and is shaded by magnificent deodars. This property boasts a main house as well as a large separate live/work studio!
Nestled in the picturesque foothills of Sierra Madre, this vibrant mid-century home has been lovingly maintained over the years. Built in 1956, this is the home’s first time on the market. The brick-lined circular drive way and professionally landscaped yard set the home back from the curb.
Designed by Richard Nuetra and built in 1951, the Goldman Residence has been painstakingly restored using the finest materials while keeping Neutra’s original vision. Situated on three-quarters of an acre in the coveted Royal Oaks neighborhood in Encino, this mid-century home is surrounded by lush lawns and mature landscaping.