A Southern Californian Midcentury With Japanese Influences Asks $3.13M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo

Floor-to-ceiling windows allow light and garden views to saturate this post-and-beam midcentury in Pasadena, California.

Designed in 1960 by architect Hideo Matsunaga, this midcentury post-and-beam is set behind a gated stone wall and overlooks private, garden grounds. The home incorporates Japanese design elements throughout, with walls of glass providing gorgeous views of the surrounding greenery. Now, this stunning property is on the market for $3,125,000.

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Renovated Malibu post-and-beam wants $2M

By Lauren Ro

Located in the small neighborhood of Monte Nido, California, just 10 minutes north of Malibu, this completely renovated post-and-beam from the ’70s combines the best of midcentury design with contemporary comforts. It’s also nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains and a short drive to the beach, making it an ideal nature retreat.

While the bones of the original structure remain, virtually everything else has been transformed. The sprawling 2,898-square-foot home features a dusty blue exterior accented by redwood siding, with minimalist interiors with white walls and dark hardwood floors.

The main living area retains much of its midcentury roots, including the vaulted ceiling and open floorplan comprising two seating areas, dining, and open kitchen. Pivoting glass doors open directly onto a tigerwood deck (an outdoor living room of sorts) and terraced gardens, with an additional lounge and a fire pit. An adjacent wall of glass in the living room furthers the indoor-outdoor connections.

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Terrific Twofer! Buy 2 Architectural Masterpieces for the Price of 1

By Lisa Johnson Mandell

It’s rare to find an architectural masterpiece available for an accessible price, and rarer still to find two masterpieces on the same lot for one low price.

But it’s a current reality at the hillside property known as the J.J. Mulvihill house, now on the market for $1.59 million.

The property includes a main residence designed by midcentury architect Harwell Hamilton Harris and a design studio built by award-winning regenerative architect John T. Lyle.

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Tall & Handsome Mid-Century In Beverly Crest Asks $1.4M

By Elijah Chiland

Perched above the street on a woodsy lot near Beverly Glen Park, this multi-story midcentury modern home in Beverly Crest was built in 1965 and appears to have been exceptionally well preserved since then.

The tall and narrow house sits atop a two-car garage and is surrounded by trees and vegetation. Interior features include cork floors, walls of glass, skylights, and floating staircases between floors.

The home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, with 1,279 square feet of floor space. The living room has a brick fireplace and a vaulted ceiling, while both bedrooms are equipped with small sun rooms.

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