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John Lautner’s Williams House up for rent in Beachwood Canyon

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The midcentury modern has been restored “with the guidance” of Lautner associate Helena Arahuete

The Harry and Pauline Williams House, designed by John Lautner in 1952.
Photos by Listing Zen, courtesy of Marc Silver and Barry Sloane

Now available for lease in bucolic Beachwood Canyon is the Harry and Pauline Williams Residence, designed by the formidable John Lautner in 1952. The Williamses also enlisted the architect’s services for the 1954 expansion of the Beachwood Market, located just down the road.

Per its listing, the three-bedroom, two-bath home has “recently been restored with the guidance of Helena Arahuete who has worked with Mr. Lautner since 1971 and keeps his architectural firm active.”

Measuring 1,647 square feet, it’s got such trademark Lautner features as dramatically angled wood-beamed ceilings, walls of glass, an open plan, built-in furniture, and polished concrete floors with radiant heating.

Updates include an energy efficient roof, a mini-split air conditioning system, and new appliances.

On a 7,871-square-foot lot with a two-car carport, the property is being offered for the first time at a monthly rent of $7,500.

The 1,647-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two baths.
Signature Lautner features include dramatic wood-beamed ceilings, walls of glass, and polished concrete floors.
The kitchen and baths have been updated.
The home also features built-in furniture and shelving.
Copious glass provides connection to nature.
The property sits on a 7,871-square-foot lot below the Hollywood sign.