Celebrating its Centennial, this shingled Colonial Revival has been carefully restored and modernized, while retaining the soul and character of Hancock Park’s past.
The Thomas House, 1947. One of only two residential homes by noted modernist designer Alvin Lustig. Lustig’s mid-century modern gem in the heart of Silver Lake has been well-preserved and restored by recent owners and offers a rare opportunity to acquire a historic work in one of LA’s most coveted neighborhoods.
This iconic mid-century modern residence, design circa 1963 by noted architect James Pulliam. Located in the Linda Vista Hills near the Rose Bowl, this two-story is a modernist tour-de-force with its desirable “glass box” design.
This architectural gem in Franklin Hills was extensively remodeled by Ferrier Architecture Studio and landscape by Matthew Brown.
This light, bright, and spacious Los Feliz mid-century modern circa 1955. All the hallmarks of this desired era are here in this stylish two-story home.
The John Rados Residence, 1957, Richard Neutra, FAIA. Located at the end of a long, private driveway, the unassuming façade of the Rados House hides its greatest secret: it is one of the largest Neutra-designed houses in the United States.
Refined and classic style circa 1941 in the coveted Los Feliz Oaks. This meticulously updated four-bedroom, four-bath home blends distinctive old Hollywood character with polished, modern finishes.
This charming three-bedroom, two-bath residence is located on historic Christmas Tree Lane in Altadena.
This elegant and modern 1920s Spanish is located in the heart of Silver Lake. With lush landscaping and a private entrance, this light-filled two-bedroom, two-bath home features a bonus unit below with a separate entrance.
This iconic Topanga home has been featured in Rolling Stone, Vogue, Playboy, Elle, and more. Enter through the unique pointy doors and you’ll sense the poetry in this meticulously hand-crafted geodesic dome, with its one-of-a-kind steampunk fireplace and massive wooden kitchen counter.