This modest mid-century home built on a sprawling double lot in the Hollywood Hills offers peace, privacy, and expansion potential.
Set at the foothills of Bronson Canyon, this Traditional-style residence is both spacious and versatile.
Built in 1962, this mid-century home is believed to be the work of Gardner Cowan, a Toronto-based architect with a distinctive style grounded in the ethos, ‘Less is more.’
Frank Lloyd Wright’s curiosity about a material he once considered the cheapest and ugliest thing in the building world led to four spectacular concrete textile-block residences in Los Angeles. One of them is the Freeman House, currently on the market and awaiting restoration.
According to Kesling Modern Structures: Popularizing Modern Design in Southern California 1934-1962, “For one year, beginning in November 1935, William Kesling was by far and away Los Angeles’ most prolific and successful practitioner of Streamline Moderne design, breaking ground on more than twenty projects.” The Estes Residence is one of the few that remain standing.
This award-winning modern compound in the Hollywood Hills’ enchanting Beachwood Canyon offers everything you love about California living.
It is said, for house collectors in Southern California there is no better score than a John Lautner residence.
Restored with the guidance of John Lautner’s associate, Helena Arahuete, the Harry and Pauline Williams Residence is on the market for the first time ever.
New on the market is this romantic Spanish with bygone glam-era details still intact.
Architect Ed Niles had a thing for glass and began his 37-year career designing a glassy box of light sited to capture heart-eye inducing city views.