West Coast television wouldn’t be the same without Klaus Landsberg. In business, this book details “his ‘dream team’ of people in front of and behind the cameras helped invent a whole new medium of communication and entertainment. At home, he lived in a marvelous midcentury in the Hollywood Hills.
On the market for the first time ever, this three-bedroom midcentury time capsule has walls of glass, huge windows, wraparound decks, and exceptional landmark views of the Observatory and the Downtown skyline.
There’s a seductive patina of age with original midcentury design elements waiting for the next owner of this midcentury in the Hollywood Hills.
Described by An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles as “Very much under the influence of Frank Lloyd Wright,” this stunning time capsule designed by A. Quincy Jones is one of the best examples of mid-century architecture in Los Angeles.
Mt. Washington, a NELA neighborhood known for its remote setting, “whose beauties and scenic advantages have been admired for years,” is where this midcentury fixer longs for some TLC.
Located near the end of a cul-de-sac on a street-to-street lot, this single-story mid-century fixer in the Hollywood Hills seeks its next steward.
Richard Neutra’s Chuey House in the Hollywood Hills is currently for sale. While it’s slated as a development opportunity I’m encouraging developers looking at this residence to take a cue from Joseph Eichler.
Grab a pen. You’ll want to take notes on the ways this vintage Spanish fixer in Echo Park offers mad potential.