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.
This mid-century home in Lake Hollywood has unobstructed, sweeping views of two mountain ranges, the Hollywood Sign, downtown, and the Griffith Park Observatory. Built in 1957, the residence has been extensively renovated, enhancing the original beauty of the 2,089 square foot home.
This spacious Brentwood mid-century modern, post and beam house features a private garden with an atrium that overlooks the lush greenery of lower Mandeville Canyon…
This mid-century modern home in Los Feliz has been beautifully updated and features a comfortable living room with a wood burning fireplace, pitched beamed ceiling, plantation shutters, and hardwood floors. Built in 1960, the 1,692 square foot residence has great indoor/outdoor floor with French doors that open to a spacious deck with sweeping views of the Griffith Park Observatory and the city lights.
50451 Silver Valley Rd Newberry Springs, CA 92365 3 BR, 3 BA $750,000 Have you ever thought to yourself: “What would it be like to live on top of a volcanic cone on 60 acres in the middle of the desert?” Well, now you can find out! The domed house above is not from a … Continued
This gorgeous Silver Lake home sits on the hillside in a prime location and features an incredible view. Built in 1950, the spacious house is perfect for an extended family or 2-family use. In addition to the 4 bedrooms and 4.75 baths, there is also a studio, wine cellar, maid’s quarter, or gym room, a basement workshop, and a storage area with a restroom, plus shower. The home’s total square footage is 3,500 square feet (2,706 square feet per title).
This mid-century modern bungalow sits atop the Franklin Hills with views from the downtown skyline to the ocean. It features a loft-like open floor plan with south facing windows, which let light in from sunrise to sunset. A limestone fireplace offers warmth on chilly nights. There are also hardwood floors throughout, built in speakers inside and out, a heated floor in the master bath along with designer faucets, HVAC with purified air and humidifier, house water filter, new copper plumbing, and electrical throughout.
This Los Feliz mid-century is right on the edge of Franklin Hills, located on a private cul-de-sac street directly under the Shakespeare Bridge! The 1,192 square foot home, built in 1960, has been meticulously maintained and features an open floor plan, walls of glass, tons of natural light, double height wood beamed ceilings, and a large corner fireplace.
This 60’s modern is located just one street up from us in Silver Lake, and I’ve always been curious about it when I walk by. Built in 1963, the house is perched on hillside and features incredible views of the Canyon, Mountains, Reservoir, and city lights. The 1,520 square foot home has wood beamed ceilings, an open floor plan, large banks of windows, and sliding glass doors that lead to the outdoor patio and decks.
This beautiful mid-century, post and beam home was built in 1954 and completely renovated in 2004. It features an open living space and dining area, beamed ceilings and dark hardwood floors. The living room leads out to a great backyard and patio…