Hidden from the street behind an iconic fence is a unique paradise few could imagine existing in the middle of Echo Park. In 2004 the owners acquired this massive property – 3 parcels and over half an acre of land – and hired architect Rachel Allen to design their modernist dream home.
Tucked into a quiet and coveted Silver Lake enclave, this 60s mid-century modern has been remodeled and reimagined with an architect’s touch.
New to the market, Shepard Fairey’s Mediterranean residence in Los Feliz. Built in 1929, this stunning home includes 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, and original details throughout.
New to the market, the A. Quincy Jones House & Studio in Hollywood Hills.
For buyers looking for a fantastic income property, this is the listing for you! Located in Los Feliz, just two blocks from Hillhurst Avenue’s shops and restaurants, this special property offers three separate bungalow homes on one lot. All three have been extensively renovated with high-end finishes and fixtures.
This incredible new listing in Hancock Park was originally built in 1954, and has undergone an impeccable restoration inspired by the wineries of Napa Valley.
This mid-century modern compound is sited on over one-half-acre in the upper foothills of Altadena. The exceptional property consists of two homes built for original owner, noted sculptor David Green.
The Van de Kamp Estate, built in 1951 by architect W. Bourne, is located in the highly-desirable Chapman Woods section of Pasadena.
Built in 1949 by architect Robert E. Bond, this newly listed mid-century is located in the Poppy Peak Historic District of Pasadena. Along with Bond, homes in this area were designed by notable architects including Richard Neutra; Harwell Hamilton Harris; and Buff, Straub and Hensman.
True mid-century modern living is found in this Silver Lake “treehouse” designed by architect Robert A. Pratt circa 1954.