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Castera-Ward Residence

Designed by architect Paul Revere Williams in 1936, this Bel-Air residence is a rare and remarkably intact example of his residential work in concrete, as well as an important local example of French Provincial architecture.

It was also the longtime home of actress Jane Wyatt, who donated the home to the California Community Foundation before her death in October 2006.

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Kronish House

One of only three Richard Neutra designs ever built in Beverly Hills, the Kronish House is reportedly Neutra's largest residential commission in North America.
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Mole-Richardson Studio Depot (Demolished)

A prominent fixture along the La Brea Avenue commercial corridor, the Mole-Richardson Studio Depot featured a proportionate blending of Zigzag and Classical Moderne detailing.
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Fletcher Residence

Designed by one of Southern California's most distinguished residential architects, the Fletcher House illustrates the enduring appeal of period revival styles in the postwar era.