New to the market, this iconic mid-century modern, designed by Buff and Hensman. The Japanese-influenced design provides a minimal perspective from the street but launches into a visual feast as you enter through the front door. There are soaring walls of glass, fireplace, and views of the pool and serene outdoor surroundings.
Take Sunset specializes in mid-century modern homes for sale in Los Angeles because of our appreciation for the style and for its popularity among our clients. These properties combine vintage design with a California aesthetic. Generally, they offer abundant windows that invite nature into the home and highly functional open spaces. Explore the featured listings for our personal take on the most recent mid-century modern homes for sale. You can also find additional mid-century real estate through our search tool.
Nestled at the end of a private cul de sac, you’ll find this mid-century time capsule with 21st-century upgrades. Current owners purchased the home from the original owners and sought to modernize, preserve, and enhance its distinctive features.
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.
Seclusion, space and privacy. It’s all right here in this magical 1951 mid-century modern in the heart of Laurel Canyon on 1.3 acres of land.
Secluded behind a gated and walled courtyard entrance, you will find this stunning mid-century modern gem. The residence features beamed wood ceilings, walls of glass, and a massive stone living room fireplace. Designed by the architect as his family home, the property features panoramic 180-degree views.
The Waymire Residence, 1958, by Ray Kappe is one of LA’s most iconic mid-century modern gems. This stunning residence is set against the backdrop of the Hollywood Hills punctuated by the iconic Hollywood sign and the Griffith Observatory.
Now on the market: This quintessential mid-century with gorgeous wood-beamed ceilings, original wood paneling, and beautiful veneered cabinets. The three-bedroom, two-bath residence provides an open, split-level floor plan.
Step through the private gate into this thoughtfully re-imagined mid-century farmhouse retreat. A spa-like sanctuary in a neutral palette, this 4,258 square-foot home features walls of windows, white oak floors, soaring tongue and groove ceilings, and French doors that open to the patio, balcony, or private garden from almost every room.
The beloved television home of The Brady Bunch has come to market after almost 50 years. This iconic residence is reportedly the second most photographed home in the United States after the White House.
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!)