This Los Angeles Mid-Century Home Is a Live/Work Dream for $1.8M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo This breezy, recently updated hillside home is packed with sunny outdoor spaces. Designed by Canadian-born architect Dick E. Lowry in 1965, this renovated residence in Los Angeles’s Franklin Hills neighborhood features an open floor plan illuminated by dramatic banks of windows—a signature of Lowry’s designs. The spacious and sun-filled home is… Keep reading

Open House Obsession: Franklin Hills Mid-Century, $1.8M

By Philip Ferrato Built in 1965, now sensitively and recently renovated, this 4-bed, 3-bath home by architect Dick E. Lowry is a classic. Originally from Canada, Lowry worked primarily around Los Feliz and Silver Lake, and his homes are contributory structures in the area’s Modernist history. Located at 3733 Clayton Avenue, there are open houses… Keep reading

Midcentury Franklin Hills Traditional with original elements seeks $1.5M

By Bianca Barragan Located in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Franklin Hills, this 1955-built Traditional home has undergone an “extensive” remodel by Graham Ferrier Architects. But it still maintains a number of original features, including hardwood floors and steel casement windows throughout, a wet bar, and a dumb waiter. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence holds custom cabinets and… Keep reading

Rustic midcentury modern evokes a treehouse in Franklin Hills

By Lauren Beale A dramatic great room with an asymmetrical wood-and-truss ceiling is at the heart of this remodeled midcentury modern in the Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Feliz. Angled windows provide treehouse-like views; wooden accents give the rustic interiors the feel of a vintage yacht. The detached studio resembles a cube made of steel,… Keep reading

Quirky and Wonderful Mid-Century in Franklin Hills, $1.8M

By Philip Ferrato Where: 3986 Clayton Avenue, Franklin Hills When: Open on Sunday, November 5 from 1:00pm-4:00pm Asking: $1,785,000 What: A wonderfully quirky cottage designed by architect Stephen Alan Siskind in 1963, this 3-bed, 2-bath home has a vibe that immediately draws you back to a long-lost bohemian Mid-Century Los Angeles. The main living space, with angled walls and… Keep reading

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