Case Study House #18 in L.A. Hits the Market at $10M and Includes Plans From Tom Kundig

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo

For $10,000,000, the new owner will receive the historic midcentury home, along with architectural plans for a separate structure by Tom Kundig.

Sited just minutes from the beach on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Case Study House #18—also known as the West House—has officially hit the market at $10,000,000.

Along with several other Case Study Homes that were built under the Arts & Architecture magazine’s program, the 1948 property is privately nestled in the exclusive Pacific Palisades neighborhood on Chautauqua Boulevard.

To read the full article visit their website here

You Might Also Like...
Recent Posts

Q2 2018 Market Report

A guide to market performance and analysis. Explore your neighborhood today.

Stately Renaissance Revival in Windsor Village seeks $1.8M

By Elijah Chiland With an impressive Renaissance Revival exterior, this Windsor Village home cuts a striking figure from the curb. Inside, after a thorough remodel, it looks quite comfortable. The house was built in 1923, when development was booming in the freshly subdivided neighborhood. It last sold in 2006 (for $850,000), and since then, it’s received a… Keep reading

What Is Mid-Century Modern, Anyway?

By Lydia Geisel It’s an undeniable fact that “mid-century modern” has become an essential part of our everyday design vocabulary. But what would you do if an acquaintance at a cocktail party asked you for a minute-something description of the style? Could you do it? Despite our obvious and enduring obsession, the term “mid-century modern” (first… Keep reading