studio city

Rock Hudson Pied-A-Terre in Studio City Hills
Exterior view of home and pool.

Rock Hudson Pied-A-Terre in Studio City Hills

If you owned this property, I guarantee no one would ever walk into the house and not say “wow”. Sure, the Hollywood pedigree of being Rock Hudson’s little hideaway is a great storyline. But the reason he…

read more
1280 704 David Kubiczky
The Lechner House by RM Schindler: Perfection Revisited

The Lechner House by RM Schindler: Perfection Revisited

From the photos, you may think: “wow, what a great midcentury time-capsule!” But you’d be mistaken. This is a decade of restoration by a dedicated owner, who is also an accomplished designer.

read more
576 720 David Kubiczky
Thies Residence by Carl Maston in Studio City

Thies Residence by Carl Maston in Studio City

Several years ago while shopping for an area rug I inquired with a salesman about one in particular that caught my eye. “Ah, this piece…”, began his reply, making it clear that this was not just a rug. Rather, this was “a piece” – a work of art. You kind of feel the same way while walking through the Thies Residence by architect Carl Maston, which recently came on the market in Studio City. The home feels like a work of art.

read more
620 391 David Kubiczky
Mid-Century Retreat in Studio City

Mid-Century Retreat in Studio City

From the huge palms that flank the front door, to the way the home wraps around its swimming pool as if guarding an oasis in the desert, this post and beam home in the hills of Studio City definitely has a retreat-like atmosphere to it. And its size, which is a generous 3,013 square feet, is relatively hidden from the street thanks to its unique shape.

read more
620 412 David Kubiczky
Cornelius Deasy Residence in Studio City

Cornelius Deasy Residence in Studio City

It’s great to come across a property that has a lot of really good things going for it (great “bones”, as they say) and yet could use a little updating, allowing a new owner to turn it into a gem with their own thumbprint on the work. This 3 BR / 2 BA mid-century designed in 1950 by AIA architect Cornelius Deasy as a Neutra study and used as his own family residence is a fine example of such a property. In fact, I would call it a diamond in the rough.

read more
640 410 David Kubiczky
Start Typing