Posts by Philip Ferrato

Hanging over a canyon, this c.1955 pied-a-terre was completely remodeled to make it one with the view. Open on Sunday, December 10 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.

Designed by by the architect Lutah Maria Riggs in 1930, beautifully renovated and set in a mature landscape.

This classically rough-hewn Venice house is full of details in polished concrete and blackened steel and has a hidden pool house. Open on Sunday, December 3, 1:00pm-4:00pm.

Have a look at this sensitive renovation of a classic desert home, designed by the firm of Patton + Wild in 1963.

A paragon of family-friendly design paired with environmentally conscious construction– plus a sleek, sophisticated nod to the Brutalist architecture of the ‘70s.

This legendary house by the son of Frank Lloyd Wright has been “pending” for so long we’re wondering if an overbid could get us the keys.

Sensitively updated, this handsome 1966 residence features both privacy and views. Asking $4.3M.

Living the good life– in a sublimely simple farmhouse designed by famed architect Howard Backen and interior designer Erin Martin.

Designed in 1963 by architect Stephen Alan Siskind in 1963 and recently remodeled, it looks back to a lost time in LA. Open on Sunday, November 5 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.

Tucked behind a warm but austere facade, this impeccable new dwelling comes with both outstanding design qualities and magnificent views.

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