First offering: City of Los Angeles Cultural Historic Monument #380, The Kallis-Sharlin Residence, 1946, by architect Rudolph Schindler, with later additions by Josef Van der Kar, and L.A. Ten architect Leroy Miller, F.A.I A. Art and music have always flourished in this dynamic space originally designed for artist Mischa Kallis as a residence and art … Continued
The Marks House was designed by architect R.M. Schindler and built in 1953. Schindler restyled the exterior and living area of this three-story bungalow, and the work was carried out according to his design by Mr. and Mrs. Marks after Schindler’s death. The home has been unaltered since. This home, studio, and workshop is located … Continued
The How House, designed by Rudolf Schindler in 1925, is arguably one of the architect’s most significant and influential works. We first posted about the residence back in July 2009, when it was back on the market with a substantial price drop to $1.495 from its starting point of $4.995 in September of 2008. It came back … Continued
For the first time on the market since its completion in 1950, The Tischler House by R.M. Schindler. This incredibly designed three-bedroom, three-bath home is Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #506.
The Goodwin House designed and built in 1941 by R. M Schindler, Architect is on the market for only the second time since it was built. For the past two years, this gorgeous Modernist home situated on a sloping lot in Studio City has been lovingly restored with no expense spared.
Built in 1933 by renowned architect Jock Peters for Academy Award winner Alfred Gilks, this beautiful Los Feliz oasis is on the market for the first time in over 60 years!
Update 12/22: And the winner is….Silvertop! Not a big surprise that one of the best houses in L.A. won. The voting wasn’t even that close as the landmark Lautner property captured a wopping 37% of the votes. Tied for second place was the Wirin House and 7529 Mulholland Dr with 11% each. The full results … Continued
Exquisitely and sensitively restored, The Schlessinger Residence designed by architect R. M. Schindler between 1952-54 overlooks the Shakespeare Bridge. Last sold in 2010, the current owner, having purchased the home from the Schlessinger estate, set about to skillfully restore and align the residence more closely to the original Schindler plan. The home glows on this handsome elevated corner lot in the Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Feliz surrounded by tall palm trees and newly planted drought tolerant native plants.
New to the market, a unit in this stunning architectural building in an ideal West Hollywood location, just a block from shopping and restaurants. Habitat 825 was built in 2007 by the award-winning L.A. architecture and design company Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects and it won the 2008 AIA National Housing Award.
The former home and studio of mid-century modern architect A. Quincy Jones, known as “the Barn” was originally designed as a photographer’s studio in 1950. Located at 10300 Santa Monica Blvd, the traditional wood building was remodeled by Jones in 1965 after his home burned down in a hillside fire. In 2008, Elaine Kollins Sewell Jones, the famed architect’s widow, put the residence on the market, where it sat until November 2009 when it sold for $2M to the Annenberg Foundation, ensuring the Barn’s preservation and restoration.