Actress Paula Malcomson, known for her roles in “Watchmen”, “Deadwood”, and “Ray Donovan,” lists her midcentury home in Mount Washington. And it’s simply gorgeous.
Golden Dreams: California in an Age of Abundance, 1950-1963 describes Pierre Koenig’s journey to becoming the master of steel.
This mid-century is rumored to be the work of an architect employed in Richard Neutra‘s office who collaborated with structural engineer Eugene Birnbaum to erect a modest and sophisticated home in Silver Lake.
Architect Bernard Judge’s award-winning midcentury home perched high in the Hollywood Hills is still up for grabs.
On a gentle slope in Highland Park this stylish midcentury offers spectacular views stretching across LA’s cityscape.
As the LA Times notes, “Glendale is home to a number of architectural gems designed by some of the most celebrated architects of the last century” including Richard Neutra’s Taylor House.
The legacy left by James Allen Walter lives in 32 residences he designed and built across California. One is currently for sale in South Pasadena.
The Schustack Residence returns to market looking mighty dapper offering a unique combination of architectural prestige and generous outdoor space.
On a quiet cul-de-sac street in Eagle Rock, one thing stands out: an unaltered, mint condition, mid-century post and beam.
Here we are, gearing up to welcome in a New Year and a new decade, reflecting on another year of beautiful modern homes and architecture for sale in Los Angeles. This is our Top 10.