Ray Kappe designed the post-and-beam home in 1961, then re-built it after the Northridge earthquake.
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Known as the Asher Residence, it was designed by Rodney Walker.
The director recreated 1960s Los Angeles in spectacular detail.
The "quite controversial" plans now enjoy broad community support.
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It’s one of LA’s best examples of Googie architecture.
Options include a fixer bungalow in Atwater Village and a one-bedroom condo in a groovy West Hollywood building.
Take a self-guided architecture tour.
Options include a North Hollywood ranch house and a bungalow in San Pedro.
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Built in 1950, the unconventional home features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, beamed ceilings, and an upper-level terrace with wraparound Valley views.
Restored by Michael LaFetra, it features bold geometric planes, clerestory windows, Douglas fir paneling, and extensive built-ins.
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The river becomes torrent-like in wet weather.
"LA is a very different place now than it was in the 1970s."
Quintessentially midcentury modern, it was designed by architect Richard Dorman.
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John Margolies was a fan of everyday architecture, snapping photos of giant donuts, service stations, and motels.
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In 1997, Paul Thomas Anderson’s Boogie Nights flipped the Valley’s image on its head by filling its backyard swimming pools not with sex-crazed teens—but with porn stars.
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The Guns N’ Roses guitarist listed the house two years ago, and finally sold the property for $8.7 million.
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That option would be much more expensive than other possibilities Metro is considering, but the group says the cost would be worth it.
The five-bedroom, three-bath home features terrazzo floors, walls of glass, and a kidney-shaped pool. Asking price is $2.6M.
After an appearance in Dwell last year, the remodeled midcentury residence fetched more than $100,000 above its asking price.
Period details of the three-bedroom, two-bath home include keystone archways, ironwork, a built-in vanity, and spectacular tile.
The unique home is immaculately preserved. It includes a vintage kitchen, built-in shelving, and an impressive brick fireplace.
Three bedrooms, two baths, beamed ceilings, walls of glass, and a swimming pool shaped like a grand piano!
No style of home is more closely associated with the San Fernando Valley than the ranch.
The region was overlooked in movies and music for years until Frank Zappa and ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ came along
The longtime home of actress Lorna Gray, it’s on the market for the first time ever.
The five-bedroom house features reclaimed wood, cool tile, and a saltwater pool.
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