Tons of original 1960s features, including globe lights and formica counters.
The architect’s own longtime family residence, it’s a symphony of wood, glass, and stone.
It’s unclear how much damage the fire unleashed on Crestwood Hills, which is filled with midcentury architecture
Built by Case Study house designer Craig Ellwood in 1953.
The frozen-in-time residence has a two-story central garden room.
Ample walls of glass offer knockout mountain views.
A pool, walls of glass, and views of Downtown LA.
It’s an elegant midcentury modern dream.
Features include beamed ceilings, walls of glass, and a huge dance studio.
The unit just hit the market for the first time since 1970.
Wood-framed, it has redwood siding and "evokes the feeling of a Japanese pavilion."
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Built in 1958, it’s got vintage wood paneling and an updated kitchen.
Built for the family of Chinatown founder Peter Soo Hoo, it’s on the market for the first time ever.
You had us at kidney-shaped pool.
The Hollywood Hills hideaway has a cozy treehouse vibe.
One of the most important homes in Los Angeles was starting to slip downhill.
The three-bedroom home features an indoor/outdoor koi pond, mahogany paneled walls, built-in furniture, and a solar-heated swimming pool.
A local landmark, the four-bedroom modern was painstakingly restored by its current owner, designer Pamela Shamshiri.
Located on a verdant lot overlooking the Arroyo Seco, the post and beam recently appeared in "Transparent" and was once owned by Beck.
The three-bedroom home exudes a breezy postwar optimism and is ideal for entertaining.
The property consists of two side by side units, each with two bedrooms and a private courtyard.
Restored by Michael LaFetra, it features bold geometric planes, clerestory windows, Douglas fir paneling, and extensive built-ins.
Constructed over several decades, the stone-and-glass residence bears a strong resemblance to Taliesin West.
It’s got lots of midcentury character but needs TLC.
Built in 1950 as the personal home of its designer.
The hilltop home has terrazzo floors, vaulted ceilings, built-in furniture, and walls of glass offering IMAX-esque views.
The Altadena home has polished concrete floors, clerestory windows, a revamped kitchen, and a peaceful courtyard complete with labyrinth.
The four-bedroom time capsule features beamed ceilings, custom light fixtures, walls of glass, and scenic mountain vistas.
A celebration of indoor and outdoor living.
The 1959 post and beam has walls of glass and walnut wood paneling
Features include beamed ceilings, walls of glass, a solar-heated pool, and a private guest studio.
Built in 1954, it’s for sale for the first time in two decades.
The midcentury modern neighborhood built by Joseph Eichler has a starring role.
The four bedroom time capsule features terrazzo floors, two stone fireplaces, a darkroom, and built-ins aplenty.
On the market for the first time ever, the three-bedroom time capsule has beamed ceilings, walls of glass, built-ins, and a huge lot.