The Waymire Residence, 1958, by Ray Kappe is one of LA’s most iconic mid-century modern gems. This stunning residence is set against the backdrop of the Hollywood Hills punctuated by the iconic Hollywood sign and the Griffith Observatory.
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.
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.
The beloved television home of The Brady Bunch has come to market after almost 50 years. This iconic residence is reportedly the second most photographed home in the United States after the White House.
For the first time on the market, this original, 1940’s Naples Island home is situated on the premier “waterway corner” of Treasure Island. This unique, open water property was remodeled in 1956 by renowned architect Ray Kappe and offers a perfect opportunity to restore it back to the gem it once was (and save it from being torn down!)
Now on the market, this stunning architecturally significant mid-century home nestled in the canyons of the beautiful Chevy Chase neighborhood of Glendale. Walls of wood and glass and high ceilings all blend to make a warm and cozy environment for the entire family.
The Johnson House by Buff and Hensman, 1962 Representing one of the finest examples of Buff and Hensman’s classic post and beam styles. Meticulously restored and expanded with careful consideration to maintain the historic fabric of the house.
This stunning residence was designed by Ellis G. Revness, AIA, in 1965. Wrapped in clear redwood and standing tall like the woods around it, the home embraces its natural surroundings and visually invites the outdoors inside.
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.
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.