Posts Tagged ‘Pools’

8630 Fennell Place In Hollywood Hills

8630 Fennell Place
Los Angeles, CA 90069

3 BA, 3.5 BA

Built in 1955, this a stunning example of an updated post and beam. The 3,000 square foot home is located in lower Sunset Plaza on a quiet cul-de-sac with southern exposure to optimize the natural light and spectacular city views.

There are floor to ceiling walls of glass that merge the indoor and outdoor spaces, an open floor plan that is great for entertaining, and the finest materials throughout.

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2306 Kenilworth Avenue In Silver Lake

2306 Kenilworth Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90039

4 BR, 3 BA

It’s always exciting when a great house in Silver Lake hits the market. This home was originally built in 1936, but underwent an architectural renovation in 2004. It’s located in prime Moreno Highlands and is in the Ivanhoe School District. I previewed it the other day and was really impressed upon walking into this:

The 3,117 square foot residence features a beautifully open floor plan, floor to ceiling windows, some views of the Silver Lake Reservoir and a pool.

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1431 Glen Oaks Boulevard In Pasadena

1431 Glen Oaks Boulevard
Pasadena, CA 91105

3 BR, 3 BA

This mid-century modern home was built in 1954 by the notable architectural firm Neptune & Thomas, whose projects include the clubhouse at Annandale Golf Club and the conversion of the Vista del Arroyo Hotel.

The 2,799 square foot residence features wood beamed ceilings, walls of glass, a stone fireplace, stunning views and a heated pool.

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12305 Rochedale Lane In Brentwood

12305 Rochedale Lane
Los Angeles, CA 90049

4 BR, 4 BA

Built in 1957, this post and beam home is located in Brentwood’s Crestwood Hills. The development, also known as the Mutual Housing Tract, was designed by A. Quincy Jones and features numerous homes designated as Los Angeles architectural landmarks.

According to the listing, the residence has since been restored by architect Matt Kivlin, AIA, a renowned 1950s surfing pioneer and legendary surfboard designer. Read more…

3574 Multiview Drive In Hollywood Hills

3574 Multiview Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90068

4 BR, 3 BA

The Kaufman Residence was built in 1949 and is located on a lush, private hillside with spectacular city views. The 2,503 square foot architectural home is the personal residence of a noted designer.

The impeccably crafted interiors feature rich wood and stone surfaces creating a warm and inviting setting for both entertaining and daily living. Read more…

2613 Lake Hollywood Drive In Hollywood Hills

2613 Lake Hollywood Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90068

4 BR, 3 BA

This gorgeous mid-century modern house was featured on the Bravo show “It’s A Brad, Brad World”, (which I may have seen an episode of. I admit nothing.) And now it’s on the market!

Built in 1965, the Lake Hollywood Estates residence was skillfully redesigned and upgraded by architect Michael Maltzan. The ceiling heights were raised and the open floor plan was designed for optimal function, privacy and tree-framed views of Lake Hollywood.

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1327 Coronado Terrace In Silver Lake

1327 Coronado Terrace
Los Angeles, CA 90026

2 BR, 1.75 BA

New to the market, this California bungalow in Silver Lake features great indoor/outdoor flow, nicely landscaped outdoor space and a large pool.

The 2-bedroom, 2-bath home has plenty to offer at any time of the year, but it would be particularly great during the hot summer months!

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1718 Webster Avenue In Silver Lake

1718 Webster Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90026

2 BR, 3 BA

I’m loving the newly listed Greenwood House, built in 1954 by architect Lee B. Kline. It’s set high in the hills of Silver Lake on a street-to-street lot. The home includes a redwood bridge/deck that leads to the entrance, lots of outdoor space and a beautiful kidney shaped pool, which you don’t find too often in the area.

The 1,900 square foot post and beam residence features sliding glass walls in the living room and dining room, a trapezoid shape deck that runs the width of the house, and incredible panoramic views.

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Nomland & Nomland’s Case Study House #10 In Pasadena

711 South San Rafael
Pasadena, CA 91105

4 BR, 4 BA

It’s always exciting when a house of this architectural significance hits the market. Case Study House #10, designed in 1947 by father and son team Kemper Nomland and Kemper Nomland, Jr., is the only CSH in Pasadena. The 2,686 square foot post & beam is divided into 3 levels, paralleling the slope of its .37-acre lot in the San Rafael Hills.

The residence features walls of glass that open to a back garden, grassy yard, pool and guesthouse.

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3893 Avenida Del Sol In Studio City

3893 Avenida Del Sol
Studio City, CA 91604

1 BR, 1 BA

This brand-new listing in Studio City was built by architect Ralph Bowerman, A.I.A, in 1950.

It was Rock Hudson’s home from 1951 to 1955 and was featured in Architectural Digest’s Hollywood at Home. (The above photo is Bill Anderson’s portrait of Rock Hudson, 1954.)

Nestled in the hills above Coldwater Canyon, this peaceful and private mid-century modern residence has been thoughtfully restored and updated. It features stunning wraparound walls of glass, treetop views from every room and a dipping pool.

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