This A. Quincy Jones–Designed Midcentury Lists For $2.77M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo

Featuring sweeping ocean and city views—and a cool midcentury sense of style—this historic home is now on the market.

Located in the Santa Monica Mountains near Los Angeles, this historic property was originally designed in 1950 by A. Quincy Jones FAIA, and is one of the best surviving examples of the forward-looking Mutual Housing Association’s postwar experiment.

Boasting both midcentury charm and striking city and ocean views all the way to Palos Verdes and Catalina, this three-bedroom, two-bath home is now being listed for $2,765,000.

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