The Arens House, 1949 by A. Quincy Jones, Architect

Arens House by A. Quincy Jones

A. Quincy Jones, Architect The Arens House, 1949. City of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No.  720.

Soaring, up in the Santa Monica Mountains of Brentwood, this landmark home is one of the best remaining examples of the forward-looking Mutual Housing Association’s postwar experiment.
Pool view of the Arens House by A. Quincy Jones
The architecture is sophisticatedly simple: a low-slung horizontal roof with tongue-and-groove ceiling resting moderately on slender posts and beams – the purest expression of form and function.

The second owners have immaculately restored the home in keeping with the original design intent and features a Poliform Italian kitchen, Corian countertops, high-end stainless steel appliances, cork and polished concrete floors, custom cabinetry, decorative tile, and European fixtures.

A rare hillside sparkling pool and hardscape provide panoramic views of the Santa Monica Bay, all the way to Catalina.

Mills Act status ensures reduced property taxes, but grandfathered addition may allow future expansion to include a second story with picturesque views.

If you would like to see this Arens House by A. Quincy Jones contact Brian Courville at 310-622-0312 or JB Fung at 323-687-1170. Alternately, for additional Mid-Century Modern homes, Historic Los Angeles homes or Classic Los Angeles homes for sale reach us by email, Brian Courville or JB Fung. If you are considering selling, contact us for a free no-obligation home valuation.

Listing courtesy of William Baker, The Agency