Welcome to our weekly property summary, where we bring together the best homes for sale and rent from around the world. This week we have an A-frame cabin in upstate New York and a mid-century house in Los Angeles among our finds.
An artist-in-residence complex in Los Angeles
2 Bedrooms; 3,865 square feet; $ 4.45 million via The Value of Architecture
Architect, filmmaker and designer David Ming-Li Lowe designed this artist-in-residence in Venice in the 1980s as an experimental life / work complex for creatives. Japanese elements are combined with industrial proportions in the Los Angeles home, located just three blocks from Venice Beach. See inside.
A converted barn in Connecticut
4 bedrooms; 4,809 square feet; $ 2.2 million via William Pitt Sotheby’s Realty
Architect Henry Olko designed this barn conversion in West Cornwall Connecticut with rustic wooden beams and stone floors. The 1920s property has been recently updated and offers further conversion possibilities including a four car garage which would be ideal for a studio, office or guest house. The Connecticut property overlooks the Catskills and has 19 acres of land. Take a look inside.
A mid-century house in Los Angeles
3 bedrooms; 3,382 square feet; $ 2.9 million via Sotheby’s Realty
Architect Matthew Leizer designed 21044 Waveview Drive in Los Angeles’ Topanga Canyon, which is on the market for the first time. The mid-century house makes the most of its surrounding nature with glass walls and expansive sun terraces overlooking mature gardens and oak trees.
A cabin in A in New York
1 bedroom; 250 square feet; $ 249,000 via Country House Realty
The Hubert A-Frame is surrounded by nature in Jeffersonville, New York. The bright 250 square foot cabin has glass walls that open to a 150 square foot deck overlooking the lake. The “partially” off-grid hut has electricity and a wood stove.
A Victorian warehouse in London
2 Bedrooms; 1,931 square feet; £ 2.1million via the modern house
Local studio DSP Architecture has refurbished this Grade II listed Victorian warehouse conversion apartment in London’s Clerkenwell district. The open-plan London property maximizes the flow of light via Gothic pointed-arch windows, white walls, and white painted oak floors.