But don’t pool your cash just yet.
The epitome of a California dream, it overlooks the ocean.
Mapping the homes that helped to define an era.
On a bucolic acre with picture-postcard ocean views.
The frozen-in-time midcentury modern features walls of glass, built-in furniture, and gorgeous mosaic-work.
The two-bedroom Beachwood Canyon home has been appointed with a showroom’s worth of high-end vintage designer furnishings and art.
The stars of the silver screen collided with the stars of architecture on a small strip of beachfront in Santa Monica.
Features include International-style ribbon windows, two fireplaces, and scenic views.
The boxcar-style home was designed in 1958 for Funny Face choreographer Eugene Loring.
On nearly six sylvan acres just south of Angeles National Forest.
Built in 1956, the modern residence hit the market in August, advertised as a "development opportunity."
Listed for $2M, the 1960s modern has walls of glass and a separate art studio. Its verdant grounds feature a babbling brook, a bridge, and mature trees.
The elegant home features walls of glass and a host of original architectural features, including built-in furniture and shelving.
The 1957 house features clean lines, walls of glass, and killer views from its perch near the Rose Bowl.
After a two-year restoration, this Richard Neutra-designed home with walls of glass has emerged looking drop-dead gorgeous.
The home where architect Richard Neutra lived for almost thirty years is already a local landmark, but now it’s getting additional national accolades.
Nearly doomed to the wrecking ball, Richard Neutra's 1954 Kronish House was saved at the last minute back in 2011. Now, it's been fully restored, and it's looking better than ever. It even just won a prestigious landscaping award.
This two-bedroom residence is one of 20 hilltop homes in Sherman Oaks designed in the 1960s by influential modern architect Richard Neutra. Supported by long poles, the home is suspended over the hillside—affording some killer views.