Built in 1947, the Thomas House is said to be one of only two residential homes designed by renowned twentieth-century graphic designer Alvin Lustig.
This midcentury gem holds three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. All 1,153 square feet of living space is anchored by simple lines and thoughtful details, making it a prime example of California modernism.
Lustig used an open floor plan to create an inviting connection between rooms and a seamless flow to various outdoor spaces through glass walls and intersecting Redwood trellises.
Classic architectural details include wood floors, beautiful redwood built-ins, and tiles on the bathroom floor. “They used to exist in only one place: on the facade of the Beverly Carlton Hotel, which is now called The Avalon and which Lustig also designed,” said one of the former owners.
There’s also 300 square feet of bonus space below the house with a separate entrance. Unknown and unpublished until recently, the home is a rare opportunity to acquire a historical work in one of LA’s most coveted neighborhoods.