Iconic & breathtakingly beau Mid-Century Modern by master architect A. Quincy Jones.
On the market for the first time since 1962, the Hans H. Baerwald residence, 1962-2017, designed by architect A. Quincy Jones.
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
Situated on nearly one third acre lot, on exclusive Tigertail Road, this custom remodeled mid-century modern residence enjoys jetliner views, and is an exceptional example of Brentwood’s famed Crestwood Hills Architecture.
Slowly emerging from the hillside, this 1962, mid-century gem, is on the market for the first time! Located in the desirable community of Crestwood Hills, in Brentwood, this residence garners commanding city lights, canyon and ocean views. Just past Crestwood Hills Park, the home has a neatly landscaped front yard, which includes drought tolerant plants, manicured trees and a two car tuck under garage. Low rise, broad cement steps ascend to the brightly colored front door.
Located in the desirable Crestwood Hills neighborhood of Brentwood, this 1950 built A. Quincy Jones home has been recently renovated by architect Marco DiMaccio. Named the Friedman Residence, this home is a terrific example of the true expression of the soul and grace of mid-century modernism. Sited on a flat and lushly green .26 acres the home is quintessentially Californian with walls of glass to create a seamless integration of indoor-outdoor living.
Just listed is the Siegel House by architect A. Quincy Jones. High up in the Santa Monica Mountains of Brentwood, with sweeping city and ocean views, this historic 1950 Mid-Century Modern home is one of the most important of the small number remaining from this forward-looking postwar housing experiment.
Built in 1957, this post and beam home is located in Brentwood’s Crestwood Hills. The development, also known as the Mutual Housing Tract, was designed by A. Quincy Jones and features numerous homes designated as Los Angeles architectural landmarks.
The Kalmick House, built in 1950 by A. Quincy Jones, is one of the best remaining examples of the Mutual Housing Association’s postwar tract.