Stunning, Early Ray Kappe With Incredible Views, $2.2M

By Philip Ferrato

Where: 4245 Don Alanis Place, Los Angeles
Asking: $2,200,000
What: The Waymire Residence, Ray Kappe’s first commission, built in 1958.

It’s hard to underestimate Ray Kappe’s influence on modern residential design in Southern California. He’s produced over a hundred homes, and his own, built in 1968, has become an object of worship among architecture students. He’s also a founder of SCI-ARC, one of this country’s great independent architecture (undergraduate and graduate) schools.

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