|Henry Mather Greene and his brother, Charles Sumner Greene, are perhaps Southern California’s best known architects of the early 20th century. In a relatively short span of time, they brought high-art aesthetics and exquisite craftsmanship to the American Arts & Crafts Movement, particularly in a group of “Ultimate Bungalows” erected in Pasadena the famous Gamble House, Blacker House and Robinson House. But Greene and Greene also designed more modest Craftsman residences, including a few within Los Angeles’s city boundaries. Only one of these remains standing: the Lucy E. Wheeler House in Historic West Adams.
City Living Realty proudly offers this fine example of Greene and Greene craftsmanship for sale.
Read the Los Angeles Times story about this home, here.
Read the University Park Family News story about this home, here.
Read more about Greene and Greene architecture, and the brothers Henry and Charles here.
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Los Angeles City’s
Only Greene & Greene Home
A Collector’s Item for Architecture Buffs
A rare find! The Lucy E. Wheeler House, designed in 1905 by the brothers Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene. This residence is considered to be the only Greene and Greene home still existing within the City of Los Angeles boundaries.
Historic West Adams
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