Initially designed by celebrated Mid Century Modern architect Gregory Ain in 1953, the Feldman Residence has been revitalized. This superb modern estate boasts a luxurious and secluded peacefulness throughout on just under an acre of lush grounds up the street from the famed Beverly Hills Hotel.
This classic, gated Beverly Hills Mid Century Modern home in prime location has been stunningly re-imagined, blending modern touches with enduring architectural appeal.
This 1950 mid-century home was originally designed by Victor Gruen architect. Along with his fellow Austrian born architects, Neutra and Schindler, Gruen emigrated to the United States during the war. The architectural home is a bit of a departure for Gruen as he specialized in commercial buildings. It was suggest by The New Yorker that he “may well have been the most influential architect of the 20th century” as he was considered to have designed the first outdoor mall.
Location, Location, Location. This Beverly Hills Mid-Century home is one block from the Beverly Hills hotel and moments to Rodeo Drive. The mid-century modern residence has been meticulously remodeled and reimagined for today’s lifestyle. The custom stonework continues seamlessly through the gated circular drive, past a water feature and through the foyer.
Fawn over this Beverly Hills contemporary architectural. This stunning modern built home is located in “Billionaire’s Row.” The home offers both city and ocean views. With a nod to the masters of modern design, this home exudes classic touches coupled with modern refinement.
Perfectly secluded, this authentically restored Edward Fickett Bel Air Mid Century home. Situated on a lushly landscaped lot that spans nearly 30,000 square feet. Ideally positioned on a corner lot off of Roscomare, making this a wonderfully private residence.
An exquisite example of a Bel Air Modern Architectural in the Hollywood Hills. Gorgeous elements of classic design are evident from the outset. This clean design fuses today’s materials with timeless classic features. Clean lines, stunning warm woods and polished concrete all meld seamlessly together.
A thoughtfully designed and superbly maintained 1964 Bel Air Mid Century Modern home by architect Tracy Price, AIA. This one-story gem is an entertainer’s dream boasting walls of glass, panoramic views, an oversized pool and privacy for the most discerning buyer.