Epitomizing the modern California lifestyle comes this newly listed home on the market in the coveted north of Los Feliz Boulevard neighborhood known as Los Feliz Estates. Modestly distinct with lush landscaping and a glass garage door from the street, this 2,798 square foot property opens itself up on the other side of the double frosted glass entry doors showcasing an open layout, travertine floors throughout and an architecturally distinct, vaulted ceiling with views to it’s centerpiece the pool.
I love this stunning 1956 mid-century modern ranch home that was just listed in Pasadena. With a guest house on a half acre lot dotted with mature California Oaks and a pool, this is sure to be a popular new listing.
This mid-century marvel in Bel Air was the personal residence of architect John B. Parkin. The spectacular home has not been on the market since it was built in 1968.
This stunning mid-century modern in prime Los Feliz was built in 1953 and underwent a complete renovation and expansion in 2012, including all new systems, flooring, plumbing, electric, appliances, a new pool and spa, balcony off the master suite, new chef’s kitchen, and more.
Designed by John Bertram in 1957, this newly listed residence is located on a lushly landscaped lot at the end of a private cul-de-sac.
Check out my new listing in Silver Lake! This stunning modern residence offers a sought-after mix: gorgeous pool, stunning views, and is located in Ivanhoe School District.
Built in 1964 by architect Benton Park, this mid-century modern view home features floor to ceiling walls of glass, light-filled rooms, and an indoor/outdoor flow.
New to the market, Raphael Soriano’s Polito House. Built in 1938, the restored 3-level Bauhaus cube is located on a street-to-street lot in lower Sunset Strip. The 1,496 square foot residence is a rare example of International, pre mid-century architecture in Los Angeles.
Built in 1960, this untouched mid-century modern is situated on a private and secluded cul-de-sac in prime Royal Oaks. The 3,531 square foot home is set up off the street behind a large motor court. The entry hall features walls of floor to ceiling glass and the interior courtyard offers views of the pool and the wooded … Continued
The Lulu C. Manning Residence, built in 1932 by Lyle Nelson Barcume of Barcume & King, Architects is a spectacular example of Spanish Deco architecture. According to the listing, there are a multitude of 1920’s Spanish Revival homes, but only a limited number of 1930’s Spanish Deco properties…