Iconic & breathtakingly beau Mid-Century Modern by master architect A. Quincy Jones.
For the first time on market, the Sale Residence, 1960, Richard Neutra. Brentwood’s exclusive Tigertail Road winds its way up the mountain, and at the tip of Tigertail is the Sale Residence. Surrounded by a hillside greenbelt affording miles of hiking, residents live privately within nature, while savoring a bird’s eye view of the city and coastline below.
Step through the private gate into this thoughtfully re-imagined mid-century farmhouse retreat. A spa-like sanctuary in a neutral palette, this 4,258 square-foot home features walls of windows, white oak floors, soaring tongue and groove ceilings, and French doors that open to the patio, balcony, or private garden from almost every room.
On the market for the first time since 1962, the Hans H. Baerwald residence, 1962-2017, designed by architect A. Quincy Jones.
For the first time ever, the Brentwood residence of legendary architect Pierre Koenig, FAIA, hits the market! Koenig’s personal residence was the culmination of his vision of architecture for the modern era. Koenig was the architectural genius behind Case Study Houses #21 and #22, two of the most-photographed and chronicled modern homes of that era. … Continued
Now on the market, Craig Ellwood’s Smith House, circa 1958, located in Brentwood’s Crestwood Hills neighborhood. This incredible architectural feat is as dramatic as it is iconic. In 1960, The Architectural Review wrote: “Periodically there comes to light a building that – whatever its other merits – seizes the attention by the way it exemplifies … Continued
Built in 1956, this classic mid-century is located in a completely private, wooded setting at the end of a quiet cul de sac in Crestwood Hills section of Brentwood. Beautiful walls of glass throughout, which open to the lush garden, towering trees, sparkling pool and spa, and even some ocean views. The open plan living … 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.
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.
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