The Heart House, 1910. Historical Cultural Monument No. 684. This historic craftsman was built by architects John and Donald Parkinson, designers of City Hall, Grand Central Market, and more.
The historical Lukens House, one of Los Angeles’s premier international style homes, was masterfully designed in 1940 by minimalist southern California architect Raphael Soriano. Soriano designed the home for notable ceramicist Glen Lukens, one of the founders of the acclaimed Arts and Architecture magazine.
New to the market, Mi Sueño (my dream) house, designed by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue in 1916 for Herbert and Georgia Coppell. Goodhue is most famously known for his public buildings, such as the Los Angeles Public Library, Cathedrals, and Universities.
The Miltimore Residence, 1911, now on the market for the first time since 1952. Designed in 1911 for Mrs. Paul Miltimore, this house is considered the most significant surviving residence by architect Irving Gill in Southern California.
Frederick Roehrig, Architect, The Andrew McNally Estate, 1888. No expense was spared for Andrew McNally’s three-story Altadena mansion. The great map maker used his expansive estate as his own personal calling card for those shivering in the Midwest or along the eastern seaboard, beckoning them to the luxe life available only in Southern California.
Now on the market: Cultural Historic Monument #235: Lloyd Wright’s Henry Bollman Residence. Wright’s vision is expressed through a building system utilizing precast concrete blocks to augment standard construction techniques.
Now on the market: The Koerner House, E. Stewart Williams, FAIA, 1955. This private, sprawling, iconic, post-and-beam architectural estate is one of Palm Springs most significant.
The historic Van Griffith Estate, built circa 1925, is a unique compound for those who desire abundant privacy yet still want to live in the heart of the city.
Now on the market for the first time in a generation: The Walker Residence, designed by R.M. Schindler, circa 1935-1936. Schindler’s multi-level design utilizes interlocking planes and volumes that create a sequence of spaces devoted to specific activities, as well as expansive windows, mirrors, and planters to blur the distinction between interior and exterior. Built-in … Continued
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