Sensational Palm Springs modern seeking $3.35M

By Elijah Chiland Boy do we wish we had a few million dollars to spend on this beautiful Palm Springs post and beam, designed by modern architect E. Stewart Williams. Known for his glassy bank buildings—and for Frank Sinatra’s ultra-cool Movie Colony home in Palm Springs—Williams rarely accepted commissions for private residences. To read the full article visit their website here. 

1928 Spanish-style house replete with original details seeks $2.2M

By Bianca Barragan This sweeping three-bedroom, Spanish-style estate in Los Feliz sits at the base of Griffith Park. Arched doorways and coved ceilings run throughout the residence, which features original details, including tile floors and a staircase with an intricate railing, but has been updated and looks very contemporary. To read the full article visit their website here. 

106-year-old Silver Lake Craftsman bungalow with deep backyard seeks $1.85M

By Bianca Barragan A few blocks away from Sunset Junction, this 1911 Craftsman in Silver Lake is an easy walk to the shops and eateries on that chunk of Sunset Boulevard. The turn-of-the-century residence has its original coffered ceilings and a host of desirable touches, including white oak hardwood floors and a beautiful open kitchen with a… Keep reading

Paul R. Williams’ family residence in Lafayette Square hits the market for first time, asking $2.395M

By Pauline O’Connor On the heels of the opening of a new photo exhibit celebrating the work of Paul Revere Williams comes news that the International modern-style home the pioneering architect designed for himself and his family has just hit the market for the first time. Williams designed the house, located on a gated street in the Lafayette Square Historic Preservation… Keep reading

Two-bedroom in groovy 1960s Studio City complex asks $599K

By Elijah Chiland This two-bedroom condo at the southeastern edge of Studio City is snugly tucked into a sleek complex designed by SCI-Arc founder Ray Kappe. Located just off Cahuenga Boulevard (opposite Universal Studios), the building has a semi-circular shape with walls of glass and neatly stacked units. This particular condo last sold in 2005 (for $489,000), and, per… Keep reading

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