Burlew has captured attention and praise with classic examples of the Mid-Century "California House." The Zerin Residence offers walls of glass, finely crafted walnut cabinetry, and a floating fireplace showcase Burlew's signature style.
This secure and secluded oasis offers multiple structures for hosting many guests, lush grounds, and fabulous private pool. Over 27,000 sqft and 3 separate structures, this compound offers 8 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms.
Enter into your very own serene oasis, through a double rod iron gate enclosed by nature and lush greenery. This Sherman Oaks Contemporary Mediterranean home sits on over two acres and features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a large and expansive living area with a meditation room, gym, and three offices.
This striking mid century modern home restoration project has been awarded Dwell magazine’s unique “Dwell Home Designation” previously presented to just 79 other homes in California to date.
The Martson Residence by noted architect Edward Fickett FAIA. Stunningly updated while preserving the original mid-century modern architecture.
Placed on nearly an acre of sprawling land at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in the Mulholland Corridor, this stunning Richard Dorman Mid Century Modern home is a part of the Sherman Oaks Estates.
Striking Sherman Oaks Mid Century Modern home maintains the era with immaculate finishes and materials that make it rich and elegant. This jewel is tucked away in the hills of Sherman Oaks on an untraveled cul-de-sac street with ultimate privacy.
Characteristic Sherman Oaks Richard Dorman house, post and beam and a quintessential example of mid-century modern architecture. Known for embracing total design that effortlessly integrates the surrounding environment with an open interior and exterior flow, Dorman helped shape the mid-century modern landscape of Los Angeles.
“The Foster House” in Sherman Oaks. Positioned among a quiet enclave in the heart of Sherman Oaks, this methodically maintained masterpiece is a culmination of world-class design and detail by celebrated architect, John Lautner, FAIA.