Quintessential Spanish Contemporary home with chic designer flair. Ensconced in luxurious privacy provided by mature hedges and perimeter fencing. This two bedroom, two-and-a-half bath plus studio with bathroom and yard with room for a pool offers everything one craves in a Southern California abode. Classic arches and details are fused with modernized finishes to result in a character-rich style that lends itself to modern day functionality.
Sprawling and breathtaking views from Downtown Los Angeles to Catalina Island will amaze you. Live among the stars in this rare, meticulously restored Hollywood Hills Mediterranean Villa on its own secluded knoll in the Hollywood Hills, West of Laurel Canyon.
A favorite architect of the Modern Living LA team. John Lautner Silver Lake home – The John Lautner Residence, 1940. John Lautner, FAIA. This is the home the architect built for himself. Situated in the hills of Silver Lake, this home is on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally, when the home was built, the two bedrooms in the residence were accessible from a balcony. This has since been enclosed.
Iconic Hollywood Hills Boathouse designed by architect Harry Gesner. These hip hillside homes rarely come on the market, with a main living space showcasing vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden beams, and a wood-burning fireplace in true mid-century fashion.
Designed by Gesner in the late 1950s the Boathouses were constructed by Norwegian shipbuilders; evident in the way the exterior structure hugs the hillside in a quirky cantilevered manner
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.
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.
Amazing opportunity to live in a 1953 Reseda Edward Fickett Mid Century Modern home within the Meadowlark Park community. This post and beam home boasts wood paneled walls, and a cozy brick fireplace. Quietly nestled in a tree-lined street this quintessential one-story, 2BD/2BA gem features signature Fickett elements like glass walls, playful rooflines, and soaring ceilings.
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