A Serene Post-and-Beam Home in the Hills of Los Angeles Asks $1.4M

By Kathryn M. This recently listed post-and-beam home in Los Angeles is set on a tranquil site near Stone Canyon Reservoir—and it comes complete with sunken outdoor areas enclosed by dense bamboo plantings. The two-story residence has been renovated, and its interior features a mix of hip, contemporary updates and classic, Mid-Century details. Located in… Keep reading

6 Homes You Can Virtually Tour Now

With the Holidays around the corner, are you looking for an escape? Look no further than our weekly roundup of virtual tours. An impeccable Mid-Century in the hills of Glendale, a designer renovation in chic Silver Lake, and even a modernized English Cottage are yours to enjoy. Happy touring! Glendale | Clair Philip Earl, AIA… Keep reading

8 Homes You Can Virtually Tour Now

Virtually explore an exquisite live/work residence in trendy Silicon Beach with sunset views galore. Then check out a distinguished estate in Arcadia and Mid-Century marvels in Palm Springs. Venice | Townhome Residence by Howard Rosen Architect 619 San Juan Avenue, #B | $2,795,000 Luxury Townhome by award-winning architect Howard Rosen. A modern live/work masterpiece in… Keep reading

6 Homes You Can Virtually Tour Now

Get an inside look into a stunning Modernist home complete with two-story entry atrium and stylishly designed outdoor relaxation areas. Then join us for virtual tours of more Mid-Century dwellings in Glendora and Claremont – both of which feature pools perfect for outdoor entertainment. Pasadena | Gated Modernist Mid-Century 1451 South El Molino Avenue |… Keep reading

Perfectly Preserved Mid-Century Modern Asking $2.2M in Pasadena

By Pauline O’Connor It’s already a fairly unusual occurrence when a home in Pasadena’s small gated community of North Kinneloa Ranch comes on the market, but in the case of this particular residence, it’s extraordinarily so. Designed by architect John F. Galbraith in 1956, it was originally the family residence of Melvin Knoll, a pharmacist. In 1963, Knoll… Keep reading

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