TRANQUIL RETREAT

LA CANADA MID CENTURY MODERN ESTATE

La Canada Mid Century Modern with water feature

If you’re looking for a unique and tranquil retreat, this 1973 La Canada Mid Century Modern estate inspired by noted modern architect Ray Kappe is the perfect place for you. The two acre property beautifully utilizes the surrounding natural elements to create an unrivaled sense of privacy and serenity in a lush estate environment. Indoors, you’ll find an open floor plan with plenty of natural light, while outdoors you can enjoy a private pool, spa, and picturesque gardens. The walkway through the water is not to be missed.

La Canada Mid Century Modern with sunken living room

As you step into the sunken living room, your eyes are immediately drawn to the floor-to-ceiling fireplace. This impressive structure is made of brick and stone, with a thick mantel that stretches the entire width of the wall. To one side of the room is a reflection pond, surrounded by lush foliage and Zen like water features.

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SUBLIME AND SOPHISTICATED

STUNNING LA CANADA
MID CENTURY MODERN HOME

La Canada Mid Century Modern home by designer Jamie Bush and Osborn Architects

Spectacular custom-built La Canada Mid Century Modern home is nestled in the foothills. Reimagined in 2008 by designer Jamie Bush and Osborn Architects, Pasadena Foothill AIA awarded this home a prestigious Architectural Merit Award in 2012. This mid-century Marvel is set down a quiet cul-de-sac on a meticulously landscaped half-acre lot.

Walls of clear redwood envelop every room in their warm glow. Massive Fleetwood doors in the living and dining rooms open onto the reimagined terrace and lawn.

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GRACEFUL AND PRIVATE

La Canada Mid Century Home by Pierre Koenig – The Squire House 1953

La Canada Mid Century Home | Pierre Koenig

This La Canada Mid Century home is a unique illustration of master modernist Pierre Koenig’s early work.

Built in 1953, the Squire House exemplifies his experimental structural steel system and palette of industrial materials that he later used for his famed Case Study houses #21, 1958, and #22, 1959.

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