The glassy modern features wood-paneled walls, Saltillo tile floors, and vintage teak cabinetry.
The home was part of an architectural commune founded by an instructor at the Chouinard Art Institute of Los Angeles and his students.
It was the longtime home of one of Disney’s original imagineers.
1,200 square feet of space with tons of new finishes and features.
Perla—the neighborhood’s new tallest building—sits in the heart of Downtown LA, at the corner of Fourth Street and Broadway.
Even in the treasure trove of trophy homes known as Trousdale Estates, this property stands out.
Quintessentially midcentury modern, it was designed by architect Richard Dorman.
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The two-bedroom cottage features an enclosed sun porch with wrap-around windows.
The sterling Spanish-style features vintage steel cabinets and a tiled master bath that opens to a deck.