Built in 1957, this two story mid-century home has been cared for by the original owners since it was built by architect Gilbert L. Leong in 1957. This is a trust sale and the home is not staged, so you will have to use your imagination to picture its potential after a few changes. It’s in a prime Silver Lake location and is a great opportunity for someone… Maybe you?
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.
This sleek architectural home in Los Feliz was built in 1951. It features dramatic views and an open floor plan, with walls of glass that create the perfect indoor/outdoor oasis. The 3,051 square foot house offers a luxurious master suite with fireplace, steam shower, and spa tub. Sliding doors in the master suite and second bedroom lead to an outdoor private zen retreat.
This beautifully remodeled mid-century sits in a prime Los Feliz location with partial views of Griffith Park. Built in 1954, the home features a sprawling living and dining room with wood beam ceilings and fireplace, which flow naturally into the spacious, secluded rear patio–perfect for entertaining.
This mid-century modern residence was built in 1966 by Pulliam, Zimmerman & Matthews Architects and is located in the Poppy Peak Historic District on Pasadena’s Westside. Set high among the treetops, the light-filled home features walls of glass to capture expansive views of the city skyline and San Gabriel Mountains beyond.
This mid-century modern home, nestled comfortable in the Silver Lake Hills, was built in 1962. It has beautiful post and beam ceilings and open kitchen, living room, and dining room space. With its large deck, this house provides the perfect environment for entertaining, dining and relaxing.
This 1960 post and beam hideaway is located on a private drive in the Hollywood Hills. Set at the rear of a spacious, semi-private lot, the 1,494 square foot house has views of the beautiful yard through large doors and windows in the living room, dining area, and bedrooms.
Mid-Century John Galbraith Architectural Gem, with long horizontal roof lines, deep fascia and planters forming an impressive pergola entry into an interior of well-preserved quality vintage features throughout.
5656 Tuxedo Terrace Los Angeles, CA 90068 2 BR, 2 BA $729,000 I like the looks of this 1959 post and beam mid-century in the Hollywood Hills. In addition to 1400 square feet and views of the Hollywood Sign and Bronson Canyon you get a fully updated home – it has a new roof, electrical … Continued
I’m late to this party, but I’ve recently gotten hooked on Mad Men. I’m on Season 3, but I’m still hung up on something that happened in Season 2. In the episode The Jet Set, Don Draper goes to Los Angeles for work and winds up in Palm Springs with a group of wealthy strangers at the most amazing mid-century home. Ever since I saw the episode I’ve been dying to know what house it was…
The other day I received a question from reader Mary on the East Coast. Mary purchased a 1970s post-and-beam mid-century in New Jersey and needs some interior design advice from a mid-century expert. Here is her question: Dear Take Sunset: Love your website and wondered if you might be able to give me a little … Continued