Dramatic Reimagined Hollywood Hills Spanish Estate

This newly reimagined Hollywood Hills Spanish estate features abundant natural light, dramatic double height ceilings, and incredible landscaping with mature trees throughout.

The living area comes adorned with wood beam ceilings as well as one of the home’s three wood burning fireplaces. The space is surrounded with large windows with clean borders stacked above one another to create a truly expansive area.

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Superb Sunset Strip Mid Century by Jacob Tracht

Sunset Strip Mid Century with pool

Superb Sunset Strip mid-century by Jacob Tracht, AIA, 1959. The residence is tucked away on one of Los Angeles’ most desirable streets, right off Sunset Blvd. On a private cul-de-sac, the gated property boasts panoramic city views and an oversized 34,000+ sq ft lot complete with a glistening pool and walls of glass.

The expansive raised hearth, stacked stone fireplace provides the pavilion-like open floor plan a stunning focal point. Floor to ceiling expanses of glass open to the lush landscape outside.

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Stunning Silver Lake Traditional Estate

Silver Lake Traditional Estate perched high in the hills

Spectacular Silver Lake Traditional estate perfectly positioned on nearly 20,000 sf of prime hilltop property with stunning views in every direction. The home was originally built by architect Theodore Criley Jr. in 1939. In its current incarnation, award-winning architect Alice Kimm has added concrete floors, custom cabinetry and sliding walls of glass. Make an entrance down this beautifully landscaped stairway to arrive at a 15’x40’ saltwater pool and spa below.

Inside, the living room is filled with natural light, as the interior space communes with nature just outside the large panels of glass. The perfect little nook provides a serene spot to take it all in.

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Stunning Sten Frenke House by Richard Neutra

Sten Frenke House by Richard Neutra

The Sten Frenke House, architect Richard Neutra – Historical Landmark #647, often thought to be one Neutra at his best. Originally custom-built for a Ukrainian actress and her husband in 1934, this iconic Bauhaus inspired piece of architecture won the House Beautiful competition, becoming the first modern home to win that particular contest and was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, No. 647. Located on a double lot at the mouth of Santa Monica Canyon and close enough to the ocean to hear the roaring surf.

Sten Frenke House in Santa Monica

Living room with Neutra’s classic continuous steel-framed ribbon windows surrounds the space. An expansive wood-burning brick fireplace and oval-shaped dining room, emphasizes the relationship between the home and the exterior as it juts out into the landscape.

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Bel Air Fortress by architect David Tenneson Rich

architect David Tenneson Rich - Ursa Major

Once known as Ursa Major by architect David Tenneson Rich, this inimitable fortress inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright stands as an unmitigated paragon of architectural brilliance.

Forty-foot ceilings accompanied by walls of glass combine effortlessly to create a boundless space beyond the stunning recessed conversation pit and wood-burning fireplace.

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