Explore the city of stars one home at a time…
This beach house will have you California Dreaming! Owned by a European collector, this is a privileged and private base from which to explore the best of this great beach town.
This original Spanish-style home is nestled into the ideal spot for views of the iconic Hollywood sign from almost every room. Expect the unexpected here, with equal parts glamour and a rich brew of eclectic styles, eras and influences.
This swoon-worthy home in the Hollywood Hills is the ultimate haven for mid-century enthusiasts, considering it was designed in 1958 by Richard Neutra— the father of Mid-Century Modern, no less.
A home designed by Los Angeles-based architect Charles Ward. Its intuitive adaptation into the canyon along with the vibrant details create a subtle mix of mountain and modern life that reminds us of why we love Topanga!
The personal residence of a French designer, this home has the sunny SoCal vibe and a sophisticated mix of international style and artistic sensibility. It is just blocks from the Sunset Strip and some of the most creative and vibrant parts of LA.
We love simple stuff like this that carefully avoids the overly cool factor and instead provides an authentic and unexpected experience. The views of the Hollywood sign and the Griffith Observatory make it much more memorable.
Very chic yet simple, there is an elegant and understated approach to design that has utterly transformed this home. 100% organic, sustainable and carbon-free environmental consciousness never looked so good!
Transported from its mid-century roots and translated into a modern light-filled home. Architect Jeffrey Eyster has re-imagined the classic early California architecture of Donald Perry Polsky and delivered a stunning update.
Designed between 1926 and 1939 by R.M. Schindler. In 2015, the Penthouse underwent an extensive restoration, the goal of which was to honor Schindler’s original design while updating each space for how we live today.
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