For the first time on the market in over 40 years, this unique and magical two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath Mid-Century home. The 1,836 square-foot-residence is perched high above the street on over an acre of land. The upstairs living area boasts an open floor plan, with floor-to-ceiling and expansive windows that flood the home with natural light and … Continued
This new listing was built by Case Study architect Rodney Walker in 1950 as his private residence. The 1,697 square-foot home has been updated while still retaining its quintessential mid-century style. Elements of concrete, glass, steel, and wood blend together flawlessly to create the ideal living space. Located up a private drive and sited on a beautiful grassy promontory. Inside the … Continued
Resting on a slight knoll, this redwood sheathed home, built in 1948 and designed by A. Quincy Jones, Architect, presents eye-catching projections and cantilevered balconies. Sited on a landscaped and wooded lot nearing 1/3 of an acre, the Nordlinger House #1 is an excellent restoration opportunity.
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.
We don’t post about short sales too often on Take Sunset, but this 2,660 square foot home, located in a great Bel Air neighborhood, is an interesting opportunity.
Built by architect John Reed, AIA, in 1957, the Zolotow House is located on a quite lane off Beverly Glen in Bel Air. The 2,629 square foot post and beam features walls of glass that open to a spacious deck with treetop and canyon views from the front of the house and hillside views from the back.
The Staller House, designed by Richard Neutra in 1955, is sited on a gated and private lot in prime Bel Air. The 6,674 square foot residence was respectfully restored by award winning architect Lorcan O’Herlihy in 2001 and features 4 bedrooms and 7 baths including a spacious master suite and his & hers baths. There is a 4,200 bottle refrigerated wine tasting room, ample storage space, spectacular city and ocean views, and a gorgeous pool on over an acre lot.
Vidal Sassoon and wife Ronnie purchased Richard Neutra’s Singleton House in 2004 for $6 million. But just two weeks after closing, part of the roof collapsed, and a few months later a huge chunk of the property slid into the neighbor’s yard… They ended up completely remodeling the home and then listing it for $20M in 2007…
This A. Quincy Jones built in 1965 was on the market back in 2008 and now it’s back. Located in Bel Air on a prime cul-de-sac, the 8,500 square foot, gated residence is located atop a 3+ acre knoll with 300 degree views from downtown to the ocean.
The Luis Barragán Fountain home is back on the market for $5.45 million. The home was first listed in 2008 for 9.95 million and then had a number of price drops before it was leased in 2009. Originally built in 1927, the home underwent a complete remodel in 2008 by architect Tim Campbell. Located in the Holmby Hills section of Bel Air, the 5,500 square foot home features spectacular walls of glass, ultra high-end finishes, an open kitchen, formal dining room, spacious living room, and a separate media room with a bar. The floor to ceiling glass walls open to the famed Luis Barragán-designed pool and fountain.