Completed in 1960, this single-story home has unobstructed mountain and golf course views.
Plus, walls of glass and an impressive wraparound bar.
It’s on the market for the first time in six decades.
The 1961 post and beam sits on a lot of over an acre.
The home has been renovated, but retains its modernist roots
The five-bedroom home features an atrium, walls of glass, and an abundance of custom built-ins.
Redwood, glass, and killer views.
Flash back to the 1950s.
A symphony of glass and wood.
Overshadowed for too long, the homes are now coveted trophy properties.
The 1950s time capsule has walls of glass and a conversation pit.
A precursor to the architect’s iconic Case Study houses.
Built in 1935, it was one of Albert Frey and John Porter Clark’s earliest desert designs.
The 1950s home was designed by architectural firm Buff, Straub, and Hensman.
From Palm Springs to Lake Tahoe, these are the ones still standing—and worth visiting.
For forward-thinking Angelenos in the 1940s and ’50s, Greta Magnusson Grossman’s modern design ethos was gospel.
The glass-walled house is surrounded by trees and rolling hills.
Built in 1967, the newly renovated home was designed by architect James Allen Walter.
The 1950 house was designed by architect Raphael Soriano.
The woodsy modern sits atop a ridge with dead-on views of the Getty.
The two-bedroom house has multiple balconies.
Two spacious decks offer outstanding hillside and city views.
A terrace, a balcony, and a huge, double-height wall of windows bring the outdoors in.
Complete with Arthur Elrod’s fantastic original furnishings.
The landmarked residence is on the market for the first time.
Tons of original 1960s features, including globe lights and formica counters.
The architect’s own longtime family residence, it’s a symphony of wood, glass, and stone.
It’s unclear how much damage the fire unleashed on Crestwood Hills, which is filled with midcentury architecture
Built by Case Study house designer Craig Ellwood in 1953.
The frozen-in-time residence has a two-story central garden room.
Ample walls of glass offer knockout mountain views.
A pool, walls of glass, and views of Downtown LA.
It’s an elegant midcentury modern dream.