Marmol Radziner Restored Mid-Century Modern in The Oaks

The sophistication and grace of mid-century modernism is a timeless aesthetic, yet the priceless style can become deteriorated or destroyed due to neglect or misguided renovations. The team at Marmol Radziner, who meticulously restored this mid-century home in the coveted Oaks enclave in the Hollywood Hills, have reinstated and reinvigorated the style and taste of some of Southern California’s most famous mid-century residences by master architects such as Rudolph Schindler, John Lautner, and Richard Neutra.


5750 Briarcliff Road
Los Angeles, CA 90065
Price: $1,849,000
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Year Built: 1955
Square Feet: 1,909 sf
Lot Size: 6,559 sf
Open House: Sunday, April 10 2pm-5pm


The three bedroom, three bathroom home was built in 1955, and was recently renovated by the architecture and design firm, updated for 2016 while maintaining the home’s architectural heritage and luster.


Inside, you’ll find an open layout living area with high beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling glass doors leading to a private balcony, and an eat-in kitchen which features top-of-the-line appliances an a walnut butcher block topped island.


The home office is the perfect place for a quiet retreat, for work, writing, or reading.


The grand master bedroom is flooded with natural light, has a walk-in closet, en suite bath, and gorgeous city views.


Each of the spacious bathrooms have been modernized and streamlined with stunning tile work, new fixtures, and plenty of counter space and storage.


The third bedroom suite has its own private entrance, ideal for guests.


Off the balcony is a  green yard with a wealth of space for an added pool


The home’s treelined views are one-of-a-kind, with blue vistas of Hollywood, Los Feliz, Downtown, and the mountains beyond.


To tour this home, or find others available in and near Beachwood Canyon, call me at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com

Listing provided courtesy of Jackie Smith, The Agency.

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