23 Khakum Wood Road Greenwich CT 06830

This outstanding stone manor was created by the legendary architect H.T. Lindeberg. The driveway sweeps into a walled courtyard and to the beautiful limestone front portico. The front-to-back English sitting hall has lovely plaster moldings, marble fireplace and french doors … Continue reading

447 Bougainvillea Lane Glendora CA 91741

Located behind the soaring, landmarked bougainvillea that once surrounded the Hamlins-Pittman orange groves, Pittman-Hughes’ Spanish colonial revival themed Rancho del Bougainvillea pays an appropriate homage to early California’s Spanish fantasy past. A contemporary interpretation of the Spanish hacienda, the complex … Continue reading

150 Linda Vista Avenue Pasadena CA 91105 – John Lawrence Pugsley, A.I.A.

  Designed in 1960 by John Lawrence Pugsley A.I.A., this classic mid century design is located in Pasadena’s coveted Linda Vista neighborhood. Perched above the Arroyo with expansive views, this architectural gem features walls of glass, a koi pond and … Continue reading

1255 Wentworth Ave, Pasadena CA 91106 – The Freeman House

The first of two estates commissioned by the Freemans during the economic optimism of the 1920s, their L.C. Bauer-designed home reflects the eclectic, interpretive designs of Southern California regional vernacular architecture. Incorporating elements of Italianate, Spanish Colonial and Mediterranean revival … Continue reading

562 Keystone Avenue, River Forest, IL 60305 – Frank Lloyd Wright

Prairie style home in unique “park-like” setting on “Street of Dreams”. Four bedrooms, screened front porch, many living areas, sympathetic addition flows from expanded kitchen to new family room and deck. Original sconce lies, art glass windows, built-in cabinetry, oak … Continue reading

Stephen Guerrant, A.I.A. The Schweibert Residence, 1980

  With his modern interpretation of a New England saltbox, Stephen Guerrant’s 1980 design of the Schweibert Residence introduces a post-modern aesthetic to an older, established neighborhood of period piece homes. While the design is indeed progressive, the symmetry of … Continue reading

Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect The George Millard House, 1906

  Built in 1906, The George Millard House is an original Frank Lloyd Wright residence, situated on over 26,000 square feet of property just steps away from Lake Michigan. The home features a rustic board-and–batten exterior that complements the lush … Continue reading

9028 Crescent Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90046 – Lloyd Wright, Architect

Here is a are opportunity to experience the classic De Jonghe Residence, 1949 by Lloyd Wright with enhancements by architect John Powell. Constructed like Taliesin West of Stone, Concrete, Wood and Glass, the residence is seemingly grown out of it’s … Continue reading