The Thomson Residence, circa 1957, designed by Buff, Straub & Hensman. This widely published home is an important example of the architects’ early post and beam work. The soaring 2 story glass and wood structure is located in the Poppy Peak Historic District in the San Rafael Hills of Pasadena and offers stunning San Gabriel Mountain and City views.
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.
For the first time since it was built in 1956, the Mello Residence by Buff, Straub & Hensman is on the market. This mid-century modern, post and beam home is incredibly private with spectacular views, walls of glass, and beautiful outdoor living spaces.
It is a rare and special occasion to find an original owner Cliff May Rancho, especially one in such authentic condition as 3047 Stevely.
Harwell Hamilton Harris, FAIA, 1949; John T. Lyle, AIA, FASLA, 1986. The J.J. Mulvihill Residence and Lyle Design Studio. Designed by master architect Harwell Hamilton Harris in 1949, the 2,000-square-foot, three-level home celebrates Harris’s multivalent approach to architecture.
This mid-century post and beam is located in the architecturally significant community of Crestwood Hills in Brentwood. It features stunning ocean, mountain and city lights views–all the way to Catalina Island and the Palos Verdes Peninsula.
I saw this mid-century in Beverly Hills today during the brokers’ open. It was designed by Paul R. Williams, FAIA, in 1959 and has great views of the city lights and the ocean to Catalina. It’s the first time this 3,793 square foot home has been on the market in 52 years.
Nestled in the picturesque foothills of Sierra Madre, this vibrant mid-century home has been lovingly maintained over the years. Built in 1956, this is the home’s first time on the market. The brick-lined circular drive way and professionally landscaped yard set the home back from the curb.
We are way into BetterShelter here on Take Sunset, and with each amazing flip Steve Jones manages to top his last. This three-bedroom, two-bath mid-century home in Glassel Park just hit the market, and it is a true stunner, featuring vaulted ceilings, an open floorplan, and three decks from which you can check out the extraordinary canyon views…
This mid-century modern built in 1960 has a quintessential California indoor/outdoor flow with a wall of sliding glass that opens to a spacious deck with incredible views of the canyon and city lights.
Now on the market: This quintessential mid-century with gorgeous wood-beamed ceilings, original wood paneling, and beautiful veneered cabinets. The three-bedroom, two-bath residence provides an open, split-level floor plan.