Living in Southern California is in itself an extraordinary feeling. There are several scientific reasons to prove the same. And this is probably the biggest reason why people from different corners head towards this beautiful place. Gearing up for more and more residents, the housing market in Southern California is already in news. Recently, data provider CoreLogic reported as rise of 9% in the sales in February, stating the market’s strength in the beginning of the year.
Astounding location, like Southern California, and the beautiful structures, there could be nothing better than this combo, isn’t it? And as it is said,
“Building your own home is about desire, fantasy. But it’s achievable; anyone can do it.”
Â ~Kevin McCloud
You too can go for it! Looking for some coolest houses in southern CA. Below are some popular ones, check out:
Schindler’s Mcalmon House
This private place is actually divided into two sections and architecturally catches the eyeballs of everyone. It’s an excellent house with a little patio. The space was organized in an all around mannered route with the chimney and rock-hard yard.
Queen Anne Cottage
Being one of the most renowned cottages in the area, it has been a part of the show “Fantasy Island”. It is situated in the Los Angeles County Arboretum.
You might be known to this one? Yes, it is the same Michael Jackson’s one of the living places, Neverland Ranch. Situated in SoCal in Santa Barbara County, it was renamed Sycamore Valley Ranch after Jackson’s passing. Now this house holds the history and riddle of its superstar’s past.
The John Snowden House
This house was constructed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1926 and was named after its unique owner, John Snowden. Throughout the years, this house has built up the epithet “Jaws House” as the passage looks simply like the completely open mouth of a shark.
Designed in Orinda, CA, in 1948 for Maynard and Katherine Buehler, this house highlights the Usonian plan and numerous Wright-designed furniture pieces. The grounds include a Japanese greenhouse scene by landscape architect, Henry Matsutani.
The Chemosphere House:
Designed by architect, John Lautner in 1960, this home in the Hollywood Hills seems as though it’s right out of a Jetsons scene. You may remember this house as it has shown up in movies, including Body Double, Charlie’s Angels and, most as of late, it was highlighted in the credits of Tomorrowland.
The Gehry Residence
It is known as the home built on top of another house in a triangular form. Being the residence of architect, Frank Gehry, the design includes second exterior with some surprising materials, for example, plywood, metal, and steel.
Cooke House, Wright
The Cooke House highlights the solar hemicycle shape that the architect was known for. The first proprietors, Andrew and Maude Cooke, in 1951, requested that he plans their fantasy house in Virginia Beach. This is the ultimate house to live in.
The Spadena House
Constructed in 1921, it was planned by Harry Oliver with a deliberately run down style to make a “storybook” look and feel. It was as of late rebuilt in 2011 holding its unique storybook style. This house has shown up on the wide screen, including the prevalent film Clueless in 1995.
Isidore H. Heller House
Situated in Chicago’s Hyde Park, this house is a takeoff from the ornamented style of his supervisor Louis Sullivan, and is an early prologue to Wright’s future Prairie-style houses.
Certainly, the afore-stated list of houses will make you crave to have a similar one in the Southern California. Which is your favorite one, and why? Share your views here!