The iconic 1940s Hollywood Hills moderne by C. Raimond Johnson, AIA is on the market for the first time in 25 years.
Johnson was a USC graduate and architect who worked on several buildings on and off-campus, including Biegler Hall of Engineering and Kerkhoff Hall.
Completed in 1941 on 1.8 acres of lushly landscaped grounds with a motor court and a resort-sized pool, the residence features an architectural design swagger rarely seen today.
The two-story entry features a curved glass staircase, parquet floors, and wood-paneled walls leading to an open living room with a glass wall looking out to city views.
Hidden within a gated community, the residence located at 2000 La Brea Terrace is listed by Brett Lawyer for $11.75 million.