Previously Represented

The Animator’s House

First Offering – When Frank Thomas, one of Walt Disney’s ‘Nine Old Men’ animators, began compiling a dossier of requirements for his ideal house, the collaborative 1949

$ 3228000 Sold 3500

The Ken McLeod Residence, 1954

First offering since 1978. Builder and craftsman Ken McLeod’s understanding of modern architecture and its relationship to the built environment is evident in

$ 799000 Sold 2514

Empire West Tower, 1964

Daniel Dworsky, F.A.I.A., 1964. The Empire West Tower. The recipient of numerous honors including awards from the American Institute of Architects, Los Angeles Chapter, Dworsky’s tower provides its residents a

$ 1299000 Sold 1607

James West Residence, 1965

Sited on an estate sized corner lot with mature specimen landscaping, Georgi’s West Residence reposes quietly within the garden. A conservative board and batten and stone facade, in keeping


Robert E. Bond Design, 1949

Located in the Poppy Peak Historic District, Robert E. Bond’s progressive, forward-thinking design exemplifies the Modernist aesthetic of breaking free from traditional, conservative architecture that dominated the American landscape prior


Rancho del Bougainvillea, Pittman-Hughes, Builders

Located behind the soaring, landmarked bougainvillea that once surrounded the Hamlins-Pittman orange groves, Pittman-Hughes’ Spanish colonial revival themed Rancho del Bougainvillea pays an appropriate homage to early California’s Spanish fantasy

Sold 1,954 sf

Austin Ayers Design

First Offering: The Ayers Residence, 1955.
The City of San Marino is not noted for bohemian lifestyles, but here on the fringe in oak strewn Kewen Canyon, if not bohemianism,


Peter Tolkin, A.I.A.

Classic California Bungalow and Modern Art Studio by Peter Tolkin, AIA. Contrary to popular belief, today’s casual open plan program, which so characterizes modern California living and convenience, did not

Sold 1,172 sf

Palm Springs Spanish Hacienda

Paying homage to California’s Spanish Colonial past, the courtyard entry, low-pitched red-tile roofs, extended eaves and covered outdoor patios of the Spanish hacienda all lend to a corporeal experience whereby

Sold 2,059 sf

Elmer Grey, F.A.I.A., 1928

The J.C. and Gertrude White Coppage Residence, 1927. Fondly named ‘La Casa Gaviota’ after the soaring gulls, this classic Spanish Colonial Revival Residence retains its historic character, as well as


The Bolton/Culbertson House

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Bolton/Culbertson House 1906/1929, by architects Charles and Henry Greene with addition by architect Garrett Van Pelt, is recognized today as one

Sold 5,725 sf

Clair Philip Earl, A.I.A.

The Allan F. Daily Residence, 1954, Glendale Register of Historic Resources #63. With its long private drive up to the secluded plateau site, this historic monument may only be seen


Cliff May, Architect

What better location could there be for a classic Cliff May ranch House than Alisal Ranch in the incomparable Santa Ynez Valley? Set high on a hill within the preserved


The Graham Residence, 2011

Blue Sky Systems Architecture
With little disruption to the natural environment during its construction, Blue Sky Building Systems’ sustainable Graham Residence is enhanced by the ten-acre rugged terrain in which it

$ 674000 Sold 1,207 sf

The Alfred E. Freeman House, 1926

The first of two estates commissioned by the Freemans during the economic optimism of the 1920s, their L.C. Bauer-designed home reflects the eclectic, interpretive designs of Southern California regional vernacular

Sold Family House 5,319 sf

The Clifford Barnes Estate, 1912

Oak Ridge, also known as the Clifford Barnes Estate, was designed in 1912 by Elmer Grey, F.A.I.A. This park-like private 1.6 acre estate property showcases Grey’s talent as an exceptional

Sold Architecture 6,689 sf

The De Steiguer Residence, 1936, 1951

Harwell Hamilton Harris, F.A.I.A; Leland Evison, A.I.A.
Moved to the Poppy Peak Historic District in 1951 by Leland Evison to avoid demolition during the construction of the 134 Freeway, Harris’s two-story,

$ 1799000 Sold Family House 1,590 sf

Norwood & DeLonge, 1963

The City of Pasadena coined a new term ‘Oriental Modern’ to describe the creative aspect of this mid-century design imagined by Norwood & Delonge. The Asian influences of the exterior