Lloyd Wright, Architect. The Calori House, 1926, Glendale Historic Register #23.
Now on the market, this stunning architecturally significant mid-century home nestled in the canyons of the beautiful Chevy Chase neighborhood of Glendale. Walls of wood and glass and high ceilings all blend to make a warm and cozy environment for the entire family.
Designed by architect Richard Kemp and built for his family in 1978, this stunning residence is constructed in a cantilever style above a creek with private spaces, multiple entrances, and flow of light through the forest of trees surrounding the home.
Built in 1950, this charming mid-century home has been owned by the same family since 1953.
Located in the serene and verdant hills of Glendale’s GlenOaks Canyon, is this exquisite example of Spanish Revival architecture. Visually stunning and wonderfully private, this one-of-a-kind artist retreat was designed by famed celebrity architect, Robert Finkelhor, circa 1928. The warm, light filled interior is appointed with architectural details throughout, including vaulted beamed ceilings, painted corbels, stained … Continued
One of Lloyd Wright’s, son of Frank Lloyd Wright, greatest achievements is the Derby House. Set in Glendale on 1.5 acre lot, it features meandering paths through lush greenscapes and an exterior of cast concrete block with yucca plant inspired theme. Built in 1926 for businessman James Derby, the current owners have meticulously kept up with the preservation of the house, and in fact many of the same plants, including the Lloyd Wright’s original blue gum trees still surround the property.
This is the first time the “Eagles Nest” in Glendale has been on the market in almost 30 years! It is surrounded by terraced gardens, patios, a fern grotto, and even has a natural waterfall and a stream running through the property…