Long Beach’s grand old Bixby House seeks $3.2M

By Elijah Chiland Here’s your chance to own one of the oldest and most distinguished houses in Long Beach. Built in 1890, the handsome Bixby Ranch House—a city landmark—was constructed for developer George Bixby, whose name is shared by the Bixby Knolls neighborhood around the house. It originally served as the headquarters for Bixby ranch operations…. Keep reading

1936 William Kesling Streamline Moderne asking $1.25M in the Cahuenga Pass

By Pauline O’Connor Located in the Cahuenga Pass not far from Universal Studios, this jaunty 1936 residence is believed to be the work of Streamline Moderne master William Kesling. Closely resembling Kesling’s Adams House in Silver Lake, the three-bedroom home sports many original elements, such as horizontal steel casement windows, portholes, fluted glass, curved walls, three-quarter sawn oak floors, and… Keep reading

Late-career Donald Wexler asking $4.5M in the Hollywood Hills

By Pauline O’Connor Though primarily known for his steel-and-glass midcentury moderns in Palm Springs, Donald Wexler didn’t restrict his work to the desert. In 2008, the visionary designer collaborated with architect Henry Buckingham on this live-work space in the Hollywood Hills for Wexler’s son, art photographer Glen Wexler. Located in the Hollywood Knolls about a mile northwest of the Hollywood… Keep reading

Glassy 1950s Post and Beam Asks $3M In Brentwood

By Elijah Chiland Windows abound in this stylish midcentury residence in Brentwood. In fact, the centerpiece of the T-shaped home is a terrarium-like living room that extends out over a hillside, with walls of glass on both sides. Built in 1958, the 1,550-square-foot house was conceived by Case Study designer Craig Ellwood. It has since been restored by architect Jim Tyler, who… Keep reading

Immaculate A. Quincy Jones midcentury in Crestwood Hills asks $2.8M

By Bianca Barragan In Brentwood’s midcentury modern enclave Crestwood Hills, this three-bedroom house designed by A. Quincy Jones awaits its next owner. Built in 1950, the post and beam house has tongue-and-groove ceilings, clerestory windows, walls of glass, concrete floors, and it makes use of a variety of woods including redwood, cork, and Douglas fir. The… Keep reading

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