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The Gogol House 1939 – Los Feliz Raphael Soriano Modern Home

Los Feliz Raphael Soriano home

Los Feliz Raphael Soriano Gogol House. Soriano was a colleague of both Richard Neutra and Rudolph Schindler. The Gogol House is a fine example of International, Bauhaus Style of architecture, and one of only 12 buildings that remain from this master.

The home has undergone a meticulous restoration and modernization by its designer owner. A stunning Ernestomeda kitchen features Gaggenau, Miele and Bertazzoni appliances and a custom stainless-steel cooking station with integrated sink and cooktop.

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Chic Mid-Century Beachwood Canyon Ranch Home

Chic Mid-Century meets California Ranch view home in Beachwood Canyon. A quick moment up the hill from the famous Beachwood Cafe sits this lovely two-story Beachwood Canyon Ranch home. 

Mid-Century Beachwood Canyon Ranch home

Exposed beams, hardwood floors and large picture windows allowing ample light set the mood for this canyon retreat. The upstairs contains a living room adjacent to a large size den to compliment the need for both formal and relaxed settings.

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The Mayos Residence – Fryman Estates
Paul Laszlo Designed Home

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The Mayos Residence – Elegance by a Master of Design from a bygone era. In 1946 the Mayos commissioned Architect Paul Laszlo to reimagine their Fryman Estates home and transform it into a shining example of modernism and luxury. This property is on the market for only the second time. Notable mid-century photographer Julius Shulman not only photographed the home but was invited over socially by both sets of owners. Many of the original Laszlo designed details are intact.

The formal entryway opens to an expansive living room featuring a 1940s custom curvilinear mirror by Carvarts over the fireplace. The sizable step-up dining room currently houses an original Laszlo dining set and is highlighted by a “neon-lighted drop ceiling.”

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Indian Gulch Relaxed California Ranch Living

California Ranch Living in a Colonial style home

Looking for the quintessential California ranch living experience? If a slower pace, an abundant display of wildlife and beautiful scenery are calling you, the Indian Gulch Ranch is the perfect place to call home. Filled with historical charm and modern-day amenities, the ranch consists of a lovingly restored two-story Colonial style home (built circa 1900) – plus 195 acres of rolling hills and pastures dotted with live oaks, several barns, and a winding seasonal creek.

Highlighted by a wall of windows, the living room’s view takes full advantage of the incredible scenery. Enjoy evenings around the stone-clad fireplace. You may even see a flock of wild turkeys making their way up the hillside, feathered plumage on full display.

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Spanish Colonial Revival Hancock Park Home

Spanish Colonial Revival Hancock Park home

A taste of Santa Barbara in the middle of Hancock Park. This 1920s Spanish Colonial Revival Hancock Park home has been carefully updated with a designer’s touch. Lush grounds and a beautiful front façade are framed by gorgeous wood, original period tile, and custom metalwork.

Colonial Revival Hancock Park Home - Living Room

Double height ceilings complement the original artisanal beamed ceiling. The expansive space is highlighted by a stunning fireplace with dual arches leading to a step-up library lounge area.

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