The former home of silver screen star Tyrone Power.
Rumors abound about the Murphy Ranch ruins. This is the true history.
"I wasn’t sure what to look for when I walked into Williams’s buildings, so I searched for clues about the man himself."
The elegant home offers views for miles around.
Even in the treasure trove of trophy homes known as Trousdale Estates, this property stands out.
Designed by Paul R. Williams in 1938, the gorgeous time capsule is on the market for the first time in more than six decades.
Architect Paul R. Williams’ family residence in Lafayette Square hits the market for the first time, asking $2.395M
A glamorous Art Deco-style staircase, coffered ceilings, soffits, built-in furniture, and an original St. Charles kitchen.
The gated villa features coffered ceilings, terracotta tile floors, a sculpture garden, and a grotto-style swimming pool.
These black-and-white photos capture the artistry and impact of Los Angeles architect Paul R. Williams
Janna Ireland spent a year shooting the prolific architect’s work. Her photos will be on display at Woodbury University’s Hollywood Boulevard outpost.
We’d move to Ontario to live in this Paul Williams-designed house.
Featuring dramatic views, coffered ceilings, and a variety of fruit trees, this elegant property is available for the first time in over 25 years. It’s asking $3.2M.
The illustrious architect designed this elegant villa as a spec house in 1929. It’s blessed with a bounty of swoon-worthy original features, including coffered ceilings, wrought-iron grilles, stained glass, and colorful ceramic tile.
This three-bedroom house has classic design touches, dreamy wallpaper, and a fantastic architectural pedigree.
This stately residence was designed by master architect Paul Williams for prominent Los Angeles couple Mary and Gabriel Carlos Duque. Completed in 1933, the same year prohibition was repealed, it features a secret hidden barroom in the library.
A former funeral home designated as historic at both a local and national level is about to get a new life as part of a modest affordable housing project in Historic South-Central. The Angelus Funeral Home was originally designed by Paul R. Williams.