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Sunridge Farm, 1912 and 1928

Note: New price re-configured to include two parcels (i.e. 534 and  536 Riversville Road). This 1912 Italian style villa, with later additions (1928) is reminiscent of the “farm homes” found in northern Italy, in the Veneto region. The Ludovici barrel-tiled roof, plank shutters, wrought iron grillwork highlight the thoughtful detail of this stone and timber […]

The Von Hagen Residence, 1975

Beyond the steel gated entry, a long private drive gracefully ascends through park-like grounds to a broad plateau atop the mountain summit. Like the adobes at Acoma pueblo, living and working spaces hug the ground, and flow naturally across the landscape. From this 13 acre site, the vistas can honestly be characterized as nothing less […]

La Maison Unal, 1972-2008

Genuine sculpted architecture, this gorgeous summer residence is an exceptional example of the Haüsermann’s architecture and seventies avant-garde. In the heart of Ardèche in the south of France, it enjoys absolute quiet and is located at 30 minutes by car from Aubenas, 45 minutes from Montélimar and 1h30 from Uzès. The property extends over a […]

The John Baldessari House #1, 1903-2000

First offering:  After laid back living in his 2 story early Santa Monica Craftsman influenced home for nearly ten years, artist John Baldessari needed more space, more light, and more creatively exciting living space.  He hired Ron Godfredsen and Danna Sigal, Architects to expand and bring a modern ambience to the house.  A Wrightian influenced […]

Mill Rock House, 1970, 2011-18

Spectacular renovation of this iconic modern home sitting on 3.3 acres of lushly landscaped grounds with breathtaking unobstructed views of New Haven and Long Island Sound . The private estate has walking trails, waterfalls, tea house and outdoor fireplace. Throughout the last five years the current owner has architecturally transformed the original structure to this […]

The Bougher Estate, 1927

The estate’s architect, Wallace Neff’s chief draftsman before opening his own office, is well noted for his plan for Pasadena City College and many other buildings of regional significance. Here, he carefully sited the structures on almost an acre in the estates section of San Marino. This rare offering shares its history and prestige with […]

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