Brentwood Architectural Home – The Warwick Evans House by Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. is a stunning architectural masterpiece in leading and sought-after Brentwood.
Rare offering of a Sullivan Canyon equestrian estate by Peter Choate AIA, 1977 in a top area of Brentwood. Securely gated Sullivan Canyon equestrian estate/micro-farm has been methodically upgraded and re-imagined. This home is ideally placed among mature trees and verdant landscape.
The Barrington Residence: an exquisitely built Brentwood architectural residence sets the new standard for luxurious modern living. Hidden behind hedges and gates, the ultra-modern design unfolds along the slope of the site in a Z-shaped layout.
Hidden behind a discreet wall and gate, this Brentwood Park architectural home is a sight to behold. This remarkable mid-century home is surrounded by mature lush landscaping. With a nod to Frank Lloyd Wright, this re-imagined residence seamlessly blends materials and nature.
Situated on a quiet cul de sac, sits this Crestwood Hills home known as the lovely Bernheim House, 1959, by Ray Kappe, FAIA. Kappe radiantly incorporates form, design and light while seizing views of The Getty and serenity of the outdoors.
The Sturges Residence, 1939 by Frank Lloyd Wright. The George Sturges House is a single-story house, designed by celebrated architect Frank Lloyd Wright and built for George D. Sturges in Brentwood Heights; It is the first time it’s been available in nearly 50 years.
The Hans Baerwald Residence. A rare opportunity to own a truly unique property. Available for the first time since 1962, designed by renowned architect, A. Quincy Jones, is completely one of a kind.
The Hammerman House c. 1954. Richard Neutra, Architect. Rare and highly valued, impeccably maintained modern gem with stunning views. Very few Neutra’s of this scale, setting, and quality remain on the Westside of Los Angeles. Featuring four bedrooms and four and a half baths and positioned behind gates up a long driveway on over half an acre with expansive westward views reaching to the Pacific Ocean.
The Smith House – Craig Ellwood Brentwood Mid Century Modern. Originally completed in 1958, and now meticulously restored under the direction of James Tyler, Ellwood Associate, The Smith House continues to be a beacon in showcasing mid-century modern architecture.
Brentwood architectural house by A. Quincy Jones, FAIA – The Grant House, 1950. Placed in the exclusive architectural enclave of Brentwood’s Crestwood Hills, this home is one of the finest examples of Southern California Mid-Century design by one of its master architects.
Classic Mid Century Modern Brentwood house in prime area, set on a serene and private 16,700 square foot street to street lot. Situated and secluded at the end of a cul de sac, just a block from the Kenter Canyon Charter School, this 4,464 square foot offers five bedrooms and five bathrooms, with additional maids’ room.
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.
This updated Brentwood Mid Century home is perched above street level in the heart of the desirable Brentwood Heights. Complete with rising views of the canyon and the JP Getty Museum, this lush compound sits on over 1.6 acres of sprawling land. A beautifully remodeled home honoring the original Japanese/Mid-Century design creates a warm yet minimalist aesthetic.
Beaming mid-century jewel-box with spectacular jetliner views of the Getty and sparkling city lights
Fully restored to the highest standards in a rich palette of redwood, walnut and bronze, this Brentwood Mid Century view home has plenty to offer. Secluded privacy behind custom re-claimed fencing and luxurious landscape.
This Brentwood Raul Garduno home is snuggled among the treetops in prime Crestwood Hills, this exquisite and historic architectural property has been methodically maintained.
Crestwood Hills Richard Neutra Mid Century Modern home, The Sale Residence – 1960, is sited in the “utopian” enclave of expressive architecture known as, Crestwood Hills. Architects, Neutra, A. Quincy Jones, Whitney R. Smith and Craig Ellwood all contributed work to this cooperative development which brought about “good design and economical construction to moderate-income housing…” With interest in the project coming from musicians, artists and faculty members at UCLA, the growing group incorporated as the Mutual Housing Association in 1946.
Craig Ellwood Brentwood Mid Century Modern Home, The Johnson Residence, 1953. This iconic residence stands as a testament to modernization without diminishment or compromise of the original design. Wood beams stretch across the ceiling to meet walls of glass, creating a timeless aesthetic – a staple of Ellwood’s modernism.
The Schott House, 1948 by A. Quincy Jones, FAIA. This Los Angeles Historic Landmark was one of the Crestwood Hills Mid Century Modern home built in the area, laying the foundation for hundreds of architectural homes in the area and beyond attempting to achieve the same level of sophistication and design.
Welcome to an exceptional Crestwood Hills Post and Beam home in Brentwood. This architectural home was designed by Matt Kivlin, AIA. Matt was a local surfer turned architect who designed his own surfboards and was considered one of the best wave riders in the 40s and 50s.
Here’s your chance to live in the Westside’s modernist enclave of Crestwood Hills. One of the original tenants of the neighborhood was to bring good design together in one place. This Crestwood Hills Mid Century home offers classic design elements from the 1950’s and is on the market for the first time in nearly 60 years.