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

Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts Leased This Pasadena home, Now Listed at $5 Million

By Sandra Barrera A two-story traditional house recently leased by Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts for $15,000 monthly has landed on the market. The asking price is $5 million. Located in the sought-after Linda Vista neighborhood a stone’s throw away from the Rose Bowl, this 4,147-square-foot residence with a brick and clapboard facade is… 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

San Rafael Hills Contemporary

Thoughtfully re-imagined, this San Rafael Hills contemporary residence offers a sleek twist on its original 1950s mid-century design. Swanky and sophisticated, the home’s split-level configuration provides versatile living options. The entry level offers an open concept with contiguous living/dining and kitchen space, a striking corner fireplace, a wall of windows and access to a balcony… Keep reading

1950s Modernist House Designed by William Wallace Reid for Sale in Santa Monica

By Wendy Bowman William Wallace Reid never achieved the same level of acting success as his parents — silent film stars Dorothy Davenport and Wallace Reid, both popular players at Universal Pictures during the 1910s — but he did wind up with quite a flair for the dramatic, a flair he funneled into architecture. Reid… Keep reading