Upscale. Expansive. Manicured. Boasting impressive architecture, wide tree-lined streets and expansive green spaces, the San Fernando Valley’s suburb of Encino offers expansive estates set into the hillside, the convenience of inviting shops and eateries along Ventura Boulevard – yet is both quiet and private, which makes buying a home in Encino perfect for families and celebrities alike. There are several fine examples of mid-century modern architecture in Encino, many homes with spectacular views and glistening pools along with a variety of both public and private schools.
Prime Location Encino Rancho Estates! Situated on nearly a 1/2 acre, gated, private and secure. Modern and Minimalist in design, built in 2010, and updated 2018, this single level home offers casual, elegant, open concept living at it finest.
Encino The Lewis-Loughrey Estate, designed by renowned architect Donald G. Park AIA, encapsulates modernist, Avant Garde architecture like no other.
This secluded Encino Mid Century Post & Beam home, circa 1956, is situated in the hills and highlights the extraordinary work of noted architect, Edward H. Fickett, FAIA.
The Berkson Residence by architect Julius Ralph Davidson, 1939. Davidson was part of a group of European expatriate architects which included Richard Neutra and Rudolph Schindler who furthered modern architecture throughout Los Angeles in the 1930s and ’40s.
A unique opportunity to acquire one of Ray Kappe’s noteworthy mid-century works: The Strimling House. This 1964 Encino Mid-Century Modern house is positioned on nearly an acre of remote and wooded grounds.
A remarkable architecturally significant Encino Mid Century Modern home built by Benton & Park AIA, circa 1964.
While Burlew’s contributions to the built environment may have gone largely undervalued, his work, however, is no less important than his modern master contemporaries. Burlew’s site detailed design of this Encino Mid Century Modern house – Gattman Residence offers a dual narrative: a more formal, street-facing facade and a relaxed, laissez-faire southern-facing rear side of the house.
The Doctor and Mrs. Eugene Erman Residence, 1961, published custom built home by noted architect Richard Neutra, AIA.