3807 Reklaw Dr, 91604
3 BD / 3 BA
The Goodwin House – 1941 by Rudolph M Schindler, Architect. This modernist home is being offered for only the second time since it was built.
Lovingly restored with no expense spared by the current owner over a period of 2 1/2 years.
3830 Royal Meadow Rd, 91403
4 BD / 3 BA
This striking mid-century modern restoration project has been awarded Dwell magazine’s unique “Dwell Home Designation” previously presented to just 79 other homes in California to date.
The emphasis here was certainly indoor/outdoor California living, with an open floor layout to the mountain views from Sherman Oaks’ significant Royal Woods neighborhood.
3455 Scadlock Ln, 91403
3 BD / 3 BA
Cushioned in the hills of Sherman Oaks sits this light and bright mid century post and beam home designed by notable architect Richard Dorman, AIA.
The recently remodeled gourmet kitchen opens to the dining and family rooms and is perfect for entertaining friends and family.
16531 Greenleaf St, 91436
4 BD / 3 BA
Lovely mid-century marble recently updated provides a unique opportunity to live in a one story architectural home surrounded by lush gardens.
Situated at the end of a cul-de-sac, this home has plentiful off street parking and is approached down a garden path impressive with native California plantings and a tall water column.
939 Roscomare Rd, 90077
5 BD / 3 BA
Recently renovated mid century modern home in lower Bel Air sits behind a gated courtyard.
A great entry leads to an open living room with vaulted ceilings a warm fireplace, walls of glass and sliding doors that open to a private backyard complete with a sparkling pool.
250 Trino Way, 90272
3 BD / 5 BA
Richard Neutra’s Hees House, 1950, sited along the Pacific coast. The Hees House enables its owner to seaside living in exemplary mid-century context.
The gated garden entry creates its own sense of secrecy and transforms into the surprise of ocean and island views encasing the interior.
11808 Kearsarge St, 90049
4 BD / 5 BA
This beautiful white stucco and glass compound overlooking a forested arroyo is privately situated in Brentwood.
It was originally designed in the Bauhaus tradition by Haralamb Georgescu and has been completely renovated by architect Kurt Krueger.