Seclusion, space and privacy. It’s all right here in this magical 1951 mid-century modern in the heart of Laurel Canyon on 1.3 acres of land.
A mid-century classic designed by Case Study architect Thornton Abell and built in 1959 for Dr. Augustus Bakos, this Hollywood Hills residence has been impeccably restored by Tony Unruh to the architect’s vision.
New to the market, this Laurel Canyon stunner. Remodeled top to bottom by renowned California architect Barbara Bestor in 2014. This quintessential mid-century home has a gently sloping roof, indigenous landscaping, and an oversized bright yellow front door. The warm elements that are seen on the outside are a only a foreshadowing of what’s to come once you … Continued
New to the market, the A. Quincy Jones House & Studio in Hollywood Hills.
Built in 1959, this classic mid-century in the Laurel Hills section of the Hollywood Hills has it all–gorgeous walls of glass, wood beamed ceilings, bamboo floors, fireplace and more.
For the first time on the market since it was built in 1957, the family residence of architect Philip Kimmelman, A.I.A. Located on Wonderland Park in the Hollywood Hills, this 1,834 square foot residence has been restored to its original condition and features beamed ceilings, block walls, vinyl floors, built-ins, wood burning fireplace, and landscape design by Garrett Eckbo.
This Laurel Canyon home, completed in 1958 by Matlin & Chapman Architects, exemplifies the true mid-century modern movement. The original post and beam construction and architectural footprint have been maintained and allow for a wonderful indoor/outdoor flow. The 2,662 square foot residence features an open floor plan with an abundance of natural light…