Archive for the ‘Modern’ Category
226 South Rimpau
Los Angeles, CA 90004
6 BR/ 7 BA
This incredible new listing in Hancock Park was originally built in 1954, and has undergone an impeccable restoration inspired by the wineries of Napa Valley. The compounded front courtyard features California oaks. The teak boardwalk leads you into a giant entry with beamed and vaulted ceilings.
Meticulously considered details abound from the light filled floorplan, to the seamless indoor to outdoor flow. The property overlooks Wilshire Country Club’s 8th fairway and the Hollywood Hills beyond.
Gallery-like walls highlight open yet defined living spaces.
The home’s dream kitchen includes Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, white oak island with seating for five, plus an enormous pantry with a vintage library ladder.
1855 Redcliff Street
Los Angeles, CA 90026
2 BR/2 BA (plus 1 BA guesthouse)
This uniquely handcrafted property was renovated by Glen Bell, AIA, of DEX Studio, and featured on the Dwell on Design Home Tour 2011. The impeccable renovation was a collaboration with Bell and the artist and landscape architect owners. The property includes a 1,906-square-foot main house and a detached 505-square-foot guesthouse with a kitchen and bath.
The main level of the residence offers stunning open living areas, one bedroom, bath, and a den.
All rooms in the main house connect to the 1,875-square-feet of outside living spaces, surrounded by succulent and native plantings.
50451 Silver Valley Road
Newberry Springs, CA 92357
2 BR/2 BA
If your lifelong dream is to live in a flying saucer in the middle of the desert, this is your home. The newly-listed Volcano House is a mid-century icon, perched on a 150-foot cinder cone, offering rare architectural elements paired with unique 360 degree views.
This incredible residence was originally commissioned in 1968 by Vard Wallace, a mechanic who built a business selling drafting machines and airplane parts during World War II.
The home was subsequently owned by Huell Howser, the late producer and host of the TV show “California’s Gold”. Howser donated the home to Chapman University in 2012, a year before he died. The university planned on using it for desert studies, astronomy, and geology pursuits but found that the location was not suitable for their needs.
The Volcano House sits on 60 acres in the Mojave Desert, approximately 45 minutes east of Barstow.
4282 Perlita Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Just listed! Modern living at The Mews. Featuring the best of California living, this sleek Dwell-like 3BR/3BA single family home located in popular Atwater Village, incorporates a contemporary aesthetic, incredible light and a great floor plan.
The Mews, designed and built by award-winning architects Corsini + Stark in 2010, is a 23 eco-friendly single family home community near all the best shops, restaurants and nightlife of Atwater Village.
Featured in the Dwell on Design tour and countless magazines, this award winning architectural Modern beach house is just blocks from the sand.
Filled with warmth, the light filled family room features a wall of windows that seamlessly connect the indoors and outdoors.
The stunning Chef’s kitchen boasts a host of professional grade appliances including a Miele steam and conventional oven, two Bosch dishwashers and a Miele induction cook top. Read more…
1926 Whitmore Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90039 2 BD/ 1.75 BA $629,00
Nestled in the lush Echo Park hills, Architect Leigh Jerrard reimagined and updated this 1920′s bungalow. Here he created a stunning, airy, modern home and expansive guest house. Located just north of downtown Los Angeles, both houses offer an open layout and stunning views.
Hardwood maple floors, custom-designed cabinetry and storage flow throughout both spaces.
Beautifully maintained by artist owner, this one-of-a-kind property offers high-end fixtures and new appliances. Read more…
3836 Sunset Drive Los Angeles, CA 90027 3 BD / 2 BA $1,200,000
Nestled among the trees and situated on a quiet cul-de-sac, this modern home boasts amazing views of Silver and Los Feliz. Newly built by Unique Construction, this architectural home features an open layout and is easily walkable to local hotspots and favorites.
The open plan space combines soaring vaulted ceilings, light toned wood flooring and floor to ceiling windows to capture the stunning views.
Effortless flow joins the living room, dining room and kitchen.
5505 Tuxedo Terrace
Los Angeles, CA 90068
4BR/4BA, 3,151 square feet
I am very excited to present my newest listing! A masterpiece of contemporary Californian design, this exceptional Hollywood Hills retreat has the combination of features that have become so hard to find: pool, view, and privacy all on one level of a single-story modern home.
Set against an incredible city skyline with views stretching to the ocean, this dramatic 3,100sf home is at the end of a cul-de-sac in The Oaks, gated & set back from the street for maximum privacy.
Built in 2006 by Barbara Bestor, AIA, this stunning home offers sweeping views, privacy and dramatic living spaces. Well poised in the Silver Lake hills above the reservoir, the home features over 7,256 square feet of engaging materials and design.
In her signature style, the large formal living room offers vistas of the lush yard via oversized floor to ceiling picture windows. The large room is clad in warm-toned wood and the distinct floating fireplace is the focal point.
Adjacent to the the formal living room is the library with plenty of storage for a significant collection and a custom rolling ladder.
4101 Sea View Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90065 3 BD/ 2.5 BA $975,000
Privacy hedges and a brick lined driveway separate this single level mid-century from streetview in the hills of Mt. Washington. Re-envisioned by acclaimed architects Fung & Blatt and featured in Better Homes and Gardens, this home is situated on a desirable street with panoramic views.
The reeded glass entryway gives way to the living room with exotic wood floors. Here, walls of windows and a wrap around deck showcase views of the shimmering ocean, the Getty, Century City and Griffith Observatory.
Both the living room and dining area boast a distinctive wood burning block fireplace, which is splashed in color and anchors the floor plan, highlighting the angles, textures and thoughtfully chosen color palette. Read more…