Craig Ellwood's Iconic Smith House in L.A. Is Listed For $3M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
Here is your chance to live in an iconic work of art.

Originally constructed in 1958 by influential modernist architect Craig Ellwood, the Smith House has been recently restored under the guidance of James Tyler, FAIA in 2018.  Now, this striking midcentury abode has hit the market for $3,000,000

A showcase of midcentury modern architecture, the Smith House is located in Crestwood Hills and has been widely published throughout the years, including an appearance in Arts & Architecture Magazine. Scroll ahead for a peek inside the two-bedroom, two-bath home

The 1,550-square-foot hillside home features a vertical T-shaped layout and houses dramatic city and ocean views.

The 1,550-square-foot hillside home features a vertical T-shaped layout and houses dramatic city and ocean views.

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The structure is an updated showcase of midcentury modern architecture.

The structure is an updated showcase of midcentury modern architecture.

Here is a look at the elegant entrance. 

Here is a look at the elegant entrance. 

The vertical part of the "T" contains the living and dining rooms, which are divided by a fireplace. This area also provides the most dramatic vantage point for the sweeping views.

The vertical part of the "T" contains the living and dining rooms, which are divided by a fireplace. This area also provides the most dramatic vantage point for the sweeping views.