It’s happened to all of us. You drive all the way to the open house for the “midcentury modern” home you saw online, only to step inside and realize that the photos were definitely the opposite of #nofilter, and that the real estate agent’s idea of “midcentury modern” is really just “old house.”
Now there’s good news for all you midcentury modern fans out there: The expert team at Nook has curated a list of the top 15 midcentury modern homes on the market in SoCal right now. You’ll find large estates in Pacific Palisades and on LA’s Westside (by Wright and Neutra, respectively). Two Ellwood & Tyler homes in Hollywood. The “Forgotten Frey” by Albert Frey in Palm Springs. The Long Beach home of the creator of The Endless Summer. And more MCM homes in Dana Point, Tustin, and Orange. Get ready for walls of glass galore, plenty of post and beams, exceptional Eichlers, and fabulous Fleetwoods.
Click here to check out the full list of the 15 most fab midcentury modern homes for sale now. And, don’t just take Nook’s word for it (but trust us, you can); click here to download their Search with StyleⓇ mobile app or visit them online and curate your own architectural collection of homes in just a few clicks.