The Laura & Edward Killingsworth Residence, 1961. The famed architect Edward Killingsworth’s personal residence just came on the market for the first time ever.
For the first time on the market, this original, 1940’s Naples Island home is situated on the premier “waterway corner” of Treasure Island. This unique, open water property was remodeled in 1956 by renowned architect Ray Kappe and offers a perfect opportunity to restore it back to the gem it once was (and save it from being torn down!)
First offering! The Alexander House, 1951, by architect John Lautner, FAIA.
It is a rare and special occasion to find an original owner Cliff May Rancho, especially one in such authentic condition as 3047 Stevely.
Lately, I’ve been obsessing over decorating our new house–which basically means I’ve been wasting time on the Internet browsing furniture and reading design blogs. I do love checking out local shops, but I’m lazy, so I like to preview everything online first. Which explains why I haven’t actually been to Deja Vu, although, I’ve fully explored their website. Deja Vu is located on 4th Street’s “Retro Row” in Long Beach and specializes in mid-century modern furniture and accessories by designers like George Nelson, Bertoia, Milo Baughman, Kai Kristiansen and more.
5561 E. La Pasada St Los Angeles, CA 90815 2 BR, 4 BA $850,000 On the market for the first time is Richard Neutra’s Hafley Residence in Long Beach. Built in 1953, this home is designated as City of Long Beach Historic Monument #29. With a little over 2,000 square feet, beautiful patios and gardens, … Continued