Crestwood Hills Mid Century Modern Landmark, A. Quincy Jones Architect

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.

The recessed living area provides additional access to the outdoor gardens, featuring walls of glass on one side and original articulated concrete blocks on the other, floor-to-ceiling fireplace serves as a focal point.

The kitchen features the property’s original redwood siding and opens seamlessly into the expansive living areas. Natural light fills the entire space through large sliding doors that open to the patios and gardens.

The bedrooms feature stylish built-ins as well as Douglas fir ceilings. The hardwood floors and bright interiors combine to offer a soft and simple atmosphere while light cascades down from the floor to ceiling windows.

The property’s exterior maintains its true architectural disposition, exhibiting its beautifully preserved post and beam structure and the seamless transition to outdoor living.

Respectfully restored by architect Cory Buckner, the home has been gracefully expanded to align with a 21st century lifestyle with the execution of a variety of exceptional renovations and the addition of an integrated pool and spa.

If you would like to see this Crestwood Hills Mid Century Modern home contact Brian Courville at 310-622-0312 or JB Fung at 323-687-1170. Alternately, for additional Mid-Century Modern homesHistoric Los Angeles real estates 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 Brian Linder and Rick Grahn, Compass