A classic 1930s Hollywood Knolls home with a modernist feel. Set up from the street with views of the surrounding hills, this stylish and light-filled home is surrounded by lush landscaping providing a quintessential California experience.
One of the finest mid-century homes in the canyon, this outstanding property is equal parts style, elegance, and casual chic. The three bedroom, three bath home features floor to ceiling glass windows, sliders, and skylights, which bring the warm natural light in from the outdoors.
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Offered for the first time, this stunning architectural compound, comprising of three parcels on an almost 12,000 square-foot canyon lot. Completed in 1978 by architect Barry Gittelson, this stunning residence features casement and awning windows to bring the outdoors in.
The Johnson House by Buff and Hensman, 1962 Representing one of the finest examples of Buff and Hensman’s classic post and beam styles. Meticulously restored and expanded with careful consideration to maintain the historic fabric of the house.
New to the market: Classic 1957 mid-century modern Buff & Hensman in peaceful Nichols Canyon. Located on a large street to street lot, this stunning residence is purported to be the very first Buff & Hensman designed home.
Built in 1958, this quintessential Mid-Century post and beam is tucked away high in the hills with breathtaking panoramic mountain and city views.
Built in 1921, this Spanish style mini-compound in the Hollywood Dell is brimming with charm and original character details.
The Loring House by Richard Neutra, 1958, is one of Neutra’s finest examples of mid-century boxcar design with oversized retractable glass doors, broad roof overhang, and a sleek spider leg column façade.
The Brander House, built in 1959 under the supervision of cultural barrier-breaking architect Eugene Kinn Choy, A.I.A., was subsequently immortalized by the era’s most eminent architectural photographer Julius Shulman.