Real estate investor, home goods entrepreneur and famously, sometimes hilariously autocratic reality TV staple Jeff Lewis’ latest project, a super-luxe contemporary just above L.A.’s Sunset Strip and featured on the most recent seasons of Lewis’ long-running “Flipping Out” series, has hit the ...
The Bailey House, AKA Case Study House No. 21, a sublime MId-Century pavilion composed of welded industrial parts designed by architect Pierre Koenig, and completed in 1958.
One of the most iconic and striking mid-century homes built as part of the Case Study House Program has hit the market again, this time for $3.6 million.
The Bailey House, one of the approximately 20 surviving Los Angeles residences from Arts & Architecture magazine’s Case Study House program is once again up for grabs.
Resting against a hillside in the Hollywood Hills, a steel-supported glass box known as Case Study House No. 21 is on the market for $3.6 million.
One of Los Angeles’s famed Case Study Houses and a recipient of a City of Los Angeles Historic Preservation Award of Excellence has come on the market with an asking price of $3.6 million.