You can rent architect Bruce Warren Norcross’s gorgeous post-and-beam design for $7,000 a month.
Designed by architect Bruce Warren Norcross as his personal home, this glass-walled residence feels like a 1960 time capsule. It boasts a classic midcentury design and finishes that remain in mint condition—all the way down to the original kitchen appliances and bathroom fixtures.
A graduate of the University of Southern California School of Architecture, Norcross decided to embrace the post-and-beam style for his hilltop home. The nearly 2,000-square-foot residence features a great room with floor-to-ceiling glass overlooking the backyard pool. A series of 10 beams run across the entire structure, creating a sturdy skeleton wrapped in a facade of red brick and glass.
Some six decades after its completion in 1960, the home boasts many original details, including matched-grain walnut built-ins, brick flooring, and a general color scheme that nails the midcentury-modern look. Keep scrolling to see more of this gem, which is currently available to rent for $7,000 per month.