Posts Tagged ‘Post And Beam’
The Fischer Residence, built in 1957 by Eugene Weston III, is a fine example of mid-century post and beam architecture. The 1,872 square foot home residence is extremely tranquil and private, set back from the street and up a private driveway.
Located in prime Silver Lake and within the Ivanhoe Elementary School District, the home features walls of glass, an open floor plan and stunning panoramic views.
Check out my new listing: a post and beam duplex built by architect Allyn Morris in 1964 in a great Silver Lake location! This is a really cool property on one of Silver Lake’s most architecturally diverse streets.
The property offers 2 tenant-occupied, side-by-side units. Each unit includes 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and each currently rents for $2,595 per month. Each unit is about 1,300 square feet.
Built in 1951, this classic California ranch house most closely resembles architect Cliff May’s designs. It is located in the gated section of lower Valley Oak Drive in the Hollywood Hills.
The 1,508 square foot residence features an open-beamed living room/dining room with a wide-hearth brick fireplace.
The Thomson Residence, built in 1957 by Buff, Straub and Hensman, is a stunning example of the architects’ early post-and-beam work. The 4-bedroom, 3-bath home won the 2012 Preservation Award from the City of Pasadena for its museum-quality restoration during 2011-2012. Virtually every surface was restored or re-built to exacting detail.
Located in the Poppy Peak Historic District in the San Rafael Hills of Pasadena and sited on a 7,882 square foot lot, this stunning home features mountain and city views.
2840 Angus Street
Los Angeles, CA 90039
2 BR, 1 BA
New to the market, this mid-century modern in Silver Lake was design in 1957 by USC architecture student Edward C. Malone. According to the listing, the home’s post and beam style was influenced by Malone’s studies at USC School of Architecture, a recognized pioneer in this style.
Malone included open beamed ceilings, clerestory windows, Douglas Fir paneling and floor to ceiling windows.
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.
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…
New to the market, this mid-century modern in Silver Lake was our old home! It’s in an ideal location, very close to the Silver Lake Reservoir, dog park, and the shops and restaurants on Silver Lake Boulevard.
Built in 1954, the post and beam residence is comprised of an upper and lower unit, which are both 1 bedroom and 1 bath. Before we bought our current home, we rented the upstairs unit. It has a great deck off of the living room with views of the Silver Lake hills, Reservoir and mountains.
3640 Multiview Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90068
3 BR, 1.75 BA
The Rawdon House was built in 1961 by Pearson & Rawdon. The classic post and beam style residence was beautifully restored and published in 2004.
The house is set above the street on a private drive with stunning city and canyon views.
12012 Pacoima Court
Studio City, CA 91604
2 BR, 1 BA
This new mid-century modern listing in Studio City has a cabin in the woods feel. Built in 1950, the home has only changed hands twice; the current owner bought it from the original owner/architect.
The 1,217 square foot residence has incredible architectural details intact, including mahogany walls and doors, concrete floors, and beautiful wood beamed pitched ceilings.