The three-bedroom home was designed by Cliff May and now features walls of glass, concrete floors—and a pink pool.
Signature features include sliding glass walls, terrazzo floors, and a step-down living room with a stone fireplace.
The 1950s home has vaulted ceilings and walls of glass.
The ranch-style features cork floors, quartz countertops.
Built in 1953, the home has walls of glass, vaulted ceilings, and an open floor plan that offers plenty of indoor-outdoor access.
Built in 1954, the three-bedroom residence is up for sale for the first time since its construction.
This 1954 home is in the Rancho Estates neighborhood of Long Beach that Cliff May—father of the modern ranch—designed between 1953 and 1954. Features include a pitched ceiling, walls of glass, built-in shelving, and a wonderfully dated kitchen.
Occupying a 1.45-acre lot on private Oakmont Drive, the 1938 hacienda comes with four bedrooms, five baths, pool, paddle tennis court, and a bit of Hollywood history. It was was constructed by a team of master craftsmen in 1939.