Rambling Linda Vista Ranch, 1937
As a New Deal era example of the California Ranch house, this structure foreshadowed what was to become one of the most definitive architectural styles of a post postwar America: The mid-century modern ranch.
Later expanded and improved, this lovely home overlooks its own private arroyo shaded by sycamores and ancient oaks.
Here two parcels have been combined to create over an acre of grounds. Manicured lawns, mature tree, succulents and indigenous plantings frame views of San Gabriels and cityscapes beyond.
The structure itself has been completely renovated and expanded to facilitate a most gracious contemporary lifestyle. Light-filled rooms illuminated by vast glazing, vaulted ceilings, and custom lighting create open and livable spaces. Custom cabinetry, freshly finished quarter-sewn white oak floors demonstrate that every effort has been taken to make this a turn-key proposition for the affluent buyer.