The work of the great photographer Julius Shulman introduced the world to some of the most beautiful mid-century homes in Los Angeles.
The clean lines, as well as glass doors framing incredible views, invited exploration and envy.
The Roth Residence was built in 1963 and designed by the legendary architectural firm of Buff Hensman. It was widely published in notable books and was originally commissioned by the grandparents of current Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.
This pedigreed mid-century modern architectural masterpiece was meticulously expanded and restored in 2006, offering two stories of integrated space, natural light, walls of glass on polished concrete and wood floors framed by classic posts and beams.
The home was four en-suite bedrooms and approximately 3,800 square feet of space.
The upper-level master suite has a sitting and office loft, ample closets, wrapped by panoramic city-to-ocean views.
The rooftop deck with a fireplace is perched privately above the neighborhood.
The main entry level with open floor plan seamlessly integrates indoors and out, accented with a sparkling pool, burbling fountain, fire feature, and natural elements.
The main floor space includes a stainless Viking professional chef’s kitchen, a formal dining room, and media room.
This Beverly Hills classic is listed for $6.9 million with Merrie Kung and Ben-Liaou Binyamin of Rodeo Realty.