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Real Estate & Architecture in Los Angeles

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.

107 North Wilton Place in Hancock Park

2BR/2BA
$1,249,000

Set back from the street and tucked away behind an array of agaves, cacti, and more than 50-year-old Redwood trees sits this completely private mid-century jewel.

4143 Cachalote Street in Woodland Hills

3BR/3BA
$1,395,000

At the Spanner Residence (1968) mid-century master architect Rex Lotery, F.A.I.A. developed a solution in which light and space are gloriously one.

1404 Oak Grove Drive in Eagle Rock

2BR/2BA
$1,249,000

This post and beam residence, the work of notable LA architect Dick E. Lowry AIA, presents an exquisite geometry of light, space, function, and form.

8616 Allenwood Road in Hollywood Hills

4BR/4BA
$2,950,000

A mid-century classic designed by Case Study architect Thornton Abell and built in 1959 for Dr. Augustus Bakos, this Hollywood Hills residence has been impeccably restored by Tony Unruh to the architect’s vision.

843 Maltman Avenue in Silver Lake

1BR/1BA
$699,000

A sleek and charming Silver Lake mid-century bungalow circa 1952. Remodeled with an eye for today’s needs while maintaining the original 50s character, this 1-bedroom, 1-bath home sits high above Bellevue Park near Sunset Junction.

3047 Stevely Avenue in Long Beach

3BR/2BA
$799,000

It is a rare and special occasion to find an original owner Cliff May Rancho, especially one in such authentic condition as 3047 Stevely.

914 Bluegrass Lane in Brentwood

3BR/2BA
$2,450,000

On the market for the first time since 1962, the Hans H. Baerwald residence, 1962-2017, designed by architect A. Quincy Jones.