Posts by Philip Ferrato

The kind of place we'd never want to leave.

Extensively renovated by Shubin Donaldson, this 1949 gem by Kenneth Lind is a paragon of indoor-outdoor California living.

We had a lot of favorites in 2017. These are the top three, and they're still for sale.

The Liddel is not your grandparent’s Westwood condominium.

An dazzling, down-to-the-studs renovation creates a new classic with a knockout master suite.

The owner cites 1920s Parisian Modernism as a design influence. There’s definitely a connection.

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.

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