Case Study House #18 in L.A. Hits the Market at $10M and Includes Plans From Tom Kundig

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo

For $10,000,000, the new owner will receive the historic midcentury home, along with architectural plans for a separate structure by Tom Kundig.

Sited just minutes from the beach on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Case Study House #18—also known as the West House—has officially hit the market at $10,000,000.

Along with several other Case Study Homes that were built under the Arts & Architecture magazine’s program, the 1948 property is privately nestled in the exclusive Pacific Palisades neighborhood on Chautauqua Boulevard.

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