New to the market, this secluded mid-century treehouse with views across Eagle Rock. The two-bedroom, two-bath residence offers tree-top views from almost every window and multiple decks, providing true California indoor/outdoor living.
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.
You are probably familiar with the Orange County artist Shag, even if you aren’t aware of the name. His kitschy artwork portraying mid-century modern lifestyle has been put on everything from mugs to stationery to mouse pads to salt and pepper shakers. And next month, Shag is entering the fashion world with a men’s line that will include jackets, blazers, sweaters, T-shirts, button downs, pants, and hats.
Located down a brick paved driveway among mature trees and a lush natural setting quietly sits this post and beam residence originally built in 1954. Situated on nearly 1/3 acre, this 1,590 square foot home is a mid-century time-capsule chocked full of exposed wood work, natural stone and walls of glass.
Last night I noticed the floor lamp in our living room was leaning rather dramatically to one side. When I went to straighten it, I realized it had become almost completely detached from its base and was ready to crash onto the floor at any second. I tried my typical fix-it methods to no avail. Was it done for? I went through the typical Elisabeth Kübler-Ross five stages of grief…
This mid-century modern in Los Feliz has undergone state-of-the-art improvements, yet has maintained its original 1960’s post and beam style with exterior mahogany panels and interior redwood tongue and groove paneling. The two story, 2,348 square foot residence has an open and comfortable floor plan. The upstairs features an entry of aggregated stone leading to a spacious and formal living room, dining area and kitchen.
Built in 1957, this warm and inviting mid-century architectural home exudes style and serenity. Secluded from the street by lush landscaping, the residence features an open floor plan with an easy flow from the living and dining rooms to the lawn and sparkling pool.
Built in 1958, this classic mid-century modern is on the market for the first time in 24 years. It is located in the Whitley Heights section of the Hollywood Hills, a Historic Preservation Overlay Zone, and within walking (and listening!) distance of the Hollywood Bowl.
Designed by John Bertram in 1957, this newly listed residence is located on a lushly landscaped lot at the end of a private cul-de-sac.
This exceptional mid-century modern, post and beam home was built in 1965 and is located in the in the hills of South Pasadena. It features soaring open-beamed ceilings and panoramic mountain views. The split-level home has a formal entry that leads into the living room with tall windows, a wood burning fireplace, and cork flooring.
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.