This newly listed Echo Park post-and-beam compound, circa 1963, is set on a double lot, nestled on a quiet canyon cul-de-sac. Interior spaces boast soaring ceilings, 15-foot high brick fireplace, loft/den, custom kitchen, and clerestory windows with verdant views to the trees and sky outside.
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.
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.
The spirit of Echo Park resounds in this remarkable offering, a secluded compound on two lots totaling over 26,000 square feet. Its centerpiece is a rustic mid-century bungalow hand-built by Robert A. Johnson, a civil engineer for the City of LA who poured his heart and soul into this labor of love.
How often do you hear “Santa Monica” and “mid-century” in the same sentence? Originally built in 1959, this largely renovated residence marries vintage with cultured elegance.
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 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.
New to the market, a mid-century unspoiled jewel in the San Rafael Hills area of Pasadena.
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.
Silver Lake modernism at its best is on full display at this 1960 home designed by architect Stephen Alan Siskind.
Built in 1950, this charming mid-century home has been owned by the same family since 1953.