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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.

3801 Aloha Street In Los Feliz

This Los Feliz property is an elegant, understated blend of late 1940s architecture with modern touches. The home has been fully remodeled and offers a well-balanced indoor/outdoor flow and lots of natural light throughout.

2600 Outpost Drive In Hollywood Hills

This mid-century home, built in 1952, has a clear and specific design aesthetic. The Lautner-style flourishes are thanks to the original owner, who hired John Lautner’s builder. This single-level home features banks of horizontal steel windows and sliding glass doors that open to a waiting-to-be restored yet generous flat yard with 60+ year-old towering specimen trees.The 1,885 square foot home on a 19,770 square foot lot offers plenty of room to expand, renovate, and restore.

1860 Lucile Avenue In Silver Lake

Built in 1962, this architectural in Silver Lake underwent a top to bottom remodel. The 1,610 square foot home is both functional and beautiful with top of the line finishes.

1734 Hollyvista Avenue In Los Feliz

This beautiful mid-century home in the Franklin Hills section of Los Feliz was built in 1956. It offers gorgeous city, Hollywood Hills, and Observatory views from nearly every room. It has an expansive floor plan that opens up to a gorgeous yard, outdoor dining patios, and gardens. This 1,850 square foot home sits on a on a huge 13,000 square foot lot and features three generous bedrooms and two bathrooms–one main bath with a steam shower.

2000 Baxter Street In Echo Park

This charming traditional home is located in the heart of Echo Park. It was built in 1954 and is sited on a fenced, gated corner lot, surrounded by lush, mature bamboo and landscaping that provides shade and privacy. The residence’s artfully designed interior blends original charm with plenty of modern updates.

363 Canyon Vista Drive In Mount Washington

This one-of-a-kind architectural home in Mount Washington sits at the hilltop and offers breathtaking sunrise views over the San Gabriel Mountains and sunsets against the backdrop of the downtown skyline. Built in 1949, this mid-century modern home was completely re-designed and upgraded by the artist owner, and features a remodled kitchen with concrete countertops, many custom architectural elements, a mix of hardwood and polished concrete floors, metal siding, central heat, central air conditioning, and recessed lighting.

3366 Deronda Drive In Hollywood Hills

This mid-century modern in the Hollywood Hills has incredible 180 degree views of downtown, the mountains, and the Hollywood Sign. The 1,921 square foot home is set in an extremely private and serene location, with a gated entry to the grassy yard, gardens, and decks.

399 Cherry Drive In Pasadena

Built in 1954, this stylish mid-century modern post and beam is located on a street-to-street lot the San Rafael Hills of Pasadena. The 1,353 square foot residence has been well maintained over the years and is in turnkey condition.

7744 Chandelle Place In Hollywood Hills

This serene two-story, mid-century modern home in the upper Nichols Canyon section of Hollywood Hills is located at the end of a quiet cul-de -sac surrounded by nature and sweeping views. The 2,527 square foot home on a 10,900 square foot lot is a fantastic representation of mid-mod architecture. Built in 1963, the home blends nature and urban living, minute from both canyons and the Sunset Strip.

2166 Sunset Crest In The Hollywood Hills

I really like this new mid-century listing in Laurel Canyon. The design and floorplan is simple but makes great use of the canyon surroundings – and I totally love that red door! Built in 1959 and designed by Otto J. Koruer, this is a spacious home with an open living room complete with a block fireplace centerpiece.