Pierre Koenig’s Wilheim House Asks $2.9M in Los Angeles

By Brian Libby Call this a case study in warm, wood-ensconced modernism from an architect known for working with steel or perhaps an example of relatively modest postwar housing from a man whose work has long been associated with Hollywood glamour. In the Crestwood Hills enclave of Brentwood, Los Angeles, known for its high concentration… Keep reading

A Santa Monica Mid-Century by a Late Actor Turned Architect Lists for $3.15 Million

by Brian Libby Though it measures just 1,216 square feet with two bedrooms and two baths, this classic Mid-Century by architect William Wallace Reid feels larger. Maybe that’s because, in classic Southern California fashion, the indoor spaces are just the beginning for this Santa Monica residence. Located only a half mile from the public Will… Keep reading

In Los Angeles, a Streamline Moderne With a Modernist Addition Asks $2M

By Jen Woo  Actor Judd Nelson, perhaps best known for his role in The Breakfast Club as bad boy John Bender, is rumored to have once occupied this L.A. residence. But what makes the home truly unique is that it was designed by renowned Southern California architect William Kesling right after he founded his own… Keep reading

A Magnetic L.A. Midcentury Arrives on the Market for the First Time Ever at $1.95M

Designed in 1952 by Douglas A. Brown for Gary and Enid Freund, a film editor and travel agent, respectively, this West Hollywood home was governed by Enid’s discerning eye and taste. Here, the couple raised three children, the cheerful and lively home growing and evolving with them through the years. Enid describes them as “an… Keep reading

Frank Lloyd Wright Gem in the Hollywood Hills Lists for $4.2 Million

By Geoffrey Montes One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most influential Los Angeles projects, the show-stopping Freeman House, has hit the market for $4.25 million with boutique brokerage firm Deasy Penner Podley. Sheathed in more than 12,000 cast-concrete blocks adorned with Mayan-esque motifs, the Hollywood Hills residence was conceived in 1925 following the construction of the… Keep reading