Head for the Pacific and soak up the California coast…
Nestled high above the Pacific on a secluded peak of the Santa Monica mountains, this meticulously crafted home is a study in light, texture and sublime geometry.
Architect Beverley Thorne’s masterfully crafted home represents the golden age of mid-century architecture in California, with an outdoor habitat and gardens designed by landscape designer Garrett Eckbo that perfectly complement it.
Located on one of California’s most pristine and private shorelines, this beach house in Malibu is the place to escape, relax and enjoy the sunset on the oceanfront deck.
Just a mile from downtown Santa Cruz, this vintage Italianate beauty is set on over an acre of land and is one of a handful of remaining houses that tell the history of this quirky beachside town.
A little Craftsman with a dose of mid-century glam, this is a winning combination of modern and vintage charm in a serene, light-filled environment, and an unbeatable central location for enjoying the Bay Area.
This brightly-colored, modified A-frame house in the Hollywood Beach community of Oxnard is just 60 steps from the beach, and offers all the amenities needed to make the most of the California coast.
This is a rare piece of history for design lovers, standing at the epicenter of some of the 20th century’s most influential design luminaries, and settled into the leafy private grounds.
With amazing views of the Hollywood sign and the Los Angeles skyline, this Beachwood Canyon hideaway is a skillfully-crafted masterwork designed with bold scale and elegant simplicity.
Explore more of California coast dwellings in our collection here.