Nestled in the lush hills of Silver Lake, this 1920’s Spanish home, designed by noted female architect Frankie Faulkner, balances effortless comfort and sophistication. Inspired by the minimalist homes of the Mediterranean coast, the property was re-imagined in 2016 by heralded design firm DISC Interiors.
A once in a lifetime architectural mid-century gem being offered on the market for the first time. Once the residence of renowned architect Robert Earl Langdon Jr., AIA, whose celebrated career included involvement in the Getty Villa and numerous other notable buildings nationwide.
For the first time on market, the Sale Residence, 1960, Richard Neutra. Brentwood’s exclusive Tigertail Road winds its way up the mountain, and at the tip of Tigertail is the Sale Residence. Surrounded by a hillside greenbelt affording miles of hiking, residents live privately within nature, while savoring a bird’s eye view of the city and coastline below.
New to the market, this iconic mid-century modern, designed by Buff and Hensman. The Japanese-influenced design provides a minimal perspective from the street but launches into a visual feast as you enter through the front door. There are soaring walls of glass, fireplace, and views of the pool and serene outdoor surroundings.
The Keochakian Residence, 1969. Allyn E. Morris, F.A.I.A. Walls of glass, clean lines, sharp angles and an indoor-outdoor flow characterize this late 1960’s modernist home.
Designed by architect Richard Kemp and built for his family in 1978, this stunning residence is constructed in a cantilever style above a creek with private spaces, multiple entrances, and flow of light through the forest of trees surrounding the home.
New to the market: Classic 1957 mid-century modern Buff & Hensman in peaceful Nichols Canyon. Located on a large street to street lot, this stunning residence is purported to be the very first Buff & Hensman designed home.
Check out this new listing in Los Feliz by Jacobschang Architecture. This modern home features an open concept kitchen, dining, living, and playing areas with Fleetwood doors that sweep the line between indoors and out.
This updated, single-story home, circa 1936, features an eclectic Hollywood regency decorating style that blends effortlessly with its classic Spanish architecture.
The Loring House by Richard Neutra, 1958, is one of Neutra’s finest examples of mid-century boxcar design with oversized retractable glass doors, broad roof overhang, and a sleek spider leg column façade.