The Taylor House, 1961 by Richard Neutra.
Lloyd Wright, Architect. The Calori House, 1926, Glendale Historic Register #23.
In 1959 Jack Taylor commissioned LA’s hottest young architect, James Langenheim, of Pereira and Luckman, to design a special home on a private parcel overlooking the Oakmont Country Club. During this same period, Langenheim created his iconic space age design for the LAX Theme Building.
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.
A grand Spanish circa 1926 in a coveted Northwest Glendale neighborhood. Located on a large lot just a few blocks from Kenneth Village, this two-story, three-bedroom, three-bath features many original details along with tasteful modern updates and a time-tested layout.
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.
This updated, single-story home, circa 1936, features an eclectic Hollywood regency decorating style that blends effortlessly with its classic Spanish architecture.
Built in 1950, this charming mid-century home has been owned by the same family since 1953.
This modern, split-level, hillside home is located in the upward-trending Adam’s Hill neighborhood of Glendale.
Built in 1927, this warm and inviting 4-bedroom, 3-bath Spanish Colonial Revival is located on a lovely cul-de-sac in the coveted Northwest Glendale area. There is plenty of space and privacy at approximately 2,727 square feet of interior space. The living room features a pitched wood truss ceilings, beautifully refinished hardwood floors, fireplace, and French doors … Continued