The Smith House, $3M

Where: 1095 North Kenter Avenue, Los Angeles
Asking: $3,000,000
What: A sublime pavilion in steel and stucco, Craig Ellwood’s Smith House is arguably one of the most important Modernist properties on the market, with a low-slung composition that gives little away, becoming a T-shaped structure cantilevered into the canyon.

Under the guidance of Ellwood’s former associate, architect Jim Tyler, this historic property has been sensitively restored throughout, and the question “What Would Craig Do?” seems to have foremost. Tyler, now also one of Los Angeles’ most respected teachers and mentors, worked in Ellwood’s office from 1965 to 1977, when Ellwood retired to paint in Italy.

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