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.
New to the market, this mid-century modern gem in the Arroyo View Estates area of Highland Park.
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
The award-winning Dubnoff Residence is an outstanding example of classic mid-century modern, post-and-beam style with Japanese influences. Designed by Buff & Hensman in 1960, the residence is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. Located in the San Rafael neighborhood of Pasadena, the 2,239 square-foot home is elevated above the street, providing privacy and verdant views. … Continued
This stunning, post and beam home (1955) is one of four residences designed and built by J.W. Putnam along Laguna Road in Pasadena’s prestigious San Rafael area. The 2,267 square foot residence has incredible floor-to-ceiling windows and a wood-burning fireplace in the living room. The three-bedroom, two-bath home offers a spacious master suite with built-ins and … Continued
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.