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Sadly, fans of Joseph Eichler and Edward Killingsworth can’t be in two places at once.

A paragon of Mid-Century design and the longtime home of the late, legendary Paul Buckmaster. A little work could make this a perfect LA hideaway.

What's old is new again. Built in 2008 and updated just this year, it’s an homage to the classic California Modern of the 1960s. Open on Sunday, October 15 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.

An incredible opportunity– a sublime 1958 house by a then-young architect, cared for by its owners for decades, ready for its next century.

Completely contemporary but with a glance back to Mid-Century design, this new 3-level home on a small lot is fresh, private and bright.

In Calabasas, an impeccable Post + Beam set in a boulder-strewn landscape with ancient oaks.

This quirky Mid-Century cottage is a delightful, lo-fi throwback to a simpler time. Open Saturday and Sunday, August 5 and 6 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.

This classic New England Style Rancho just came on the market. Make it your own. Open Saturday and Sunday, July 15/16 from 2:00pm-4:00pm.

Have a look at this dazzling re-invention of a classic 1956 Post + Beam in Brentwood. The words “immaculate” and “meticulous” come to mind.

Once sadly neglected, this iconic Modernist house came on the market in 2014 as a teardown. Instead of becoming the site of a subdivision, it was restored.

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