Modern living in the hills of Glassell Park in this bright and spacious fully remodeled home. This three-bedroom, three-bath home showcases a contemporary aesthetic, incredible light, and a great floor plan.
Located just steps to Sunset Junction, this spacious and modern 2-level condo boasts lush green views of Bellevue Park and the Silver Lake hills.
This incredible mountain retreat is truly like no other. A finely detailed house of rock, glass and impressive wood beams, the home was designed in 1984 by Scott Emsley, AIA who worked with the great organic modernist Ken Kellogg.
Live in the heart of Silver Lake in this stunning contemporary Spanish. Remodeled with great care and attention to detail, this stylish 4BR/3BA home has a wonderful open floor plan and is flooded with gorgeous light throughout the day.
Luxury Hollywood Hills living is found in this contemporary Spanish in the gated Beau Monde community off Mulholland Drive.
Striking Silver Lake modern circa 1978 in the coveted Moreno Highlands. Originally built by architect Peter Wurzburger for his family, this private tri-level 3BR/3BA features an exciting floor plan with high ceilings, loft-like spaces, and walls of windows & glass to capture the stunning sunset and Hollywood Sign views.
Featured in the Dwell on Design tour and countless magazines, this award winning architectural Modern beach house is just blocks from the sand.
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.
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 on a wide avenue, just one block from Lower Arroyo Park in historic South Pasadena, this newly listed home is an eclectic mix of charming 1927 Spanish Colonial and dynamic organic contemporary. Known as the Spence House, the addition was designed by Bart Prince, best known for the Japanese Pavillion at LACMA, and was completed in 1991. An expanse of green lawn and a curvilinear paver driveway lead to the stucco residence, set on one-third an acre.