Wallace Neff

Pasadena, CAPasadena Star-News

1920s mansion by Wallace Neff seeks $7.8 million in Pasadena

A Prohibition-era Pasadena estate designed by renowned architect Wallace Neff has come on the market for $7.8 million. With 8,641 square feet of living space, an original feature of this 10-bedroom, eight-bathroom residence on Burleigh Drive in the historic San Rafael Ranch area is the hidden bar in the walnut-paneled library of the main house.
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San Marino, CAtherealdeal.com

Gaw Capital founder lists Wallace Neff-designed mansion

Goodwin Gaw — whose Gaw Capital and DJM Capital bought Hollywood & Highland shopping center two years ago — has listed his San Marino estate for $21.5 million. Gaw acquired the Wallace Neff-designed mansion in 2004 for $6 million, according to the Los Angeles Times, which first reported on the listing. The 10,811-square-foot mansion at 975 Orlando Road is a century old. It was named for its first owner, Harriet Skinner, whose husband James helped found Sears, Roebuck. The home came to be known as Mrs. James Skinner House.
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Santa Barbara, CAPosted by
Robb Report

Home of the Week: This Stunning Oceanfront Santa Barbara Estate Was Designed by Legendary Architect Wallace Neff

These days, a “for sale” sign on any oceanfront compound overlooking the crashing Pacific in the celeb-rich enclave of Santa Barbara, Calif. will likely have buyers standing in line. But one designed by the legendary architect Wallace Neff, inventor of the so-called “California style,” is only going to have heightened appeal.
Real Estatemansionglobal.com

Santa Barbara Home Designed by Wallace Neff Being Sold Off-Market

The owners of a Santa Barbara mansion by Wallace Neff, the architect who perfected the so-called California-style home, are quietly looking for a buyer amid a surge in demand for houses in the affluent coastal area. The sprawling, single-story mansion known as the Straus House, with its white-washed brick facade,...
Real Estatedigs.net

Rare Wallace Neff-designed Hancock Park Residence

105 N. Rossmore Avenue inspired by France’s famed Pavillon de Louveciennes is a neoclassical mansion resting on a half-acre parcel of land in Hancock Park offered by Amy Davis & Ernie Carswell of Douglas Elliman. Amy Davis & Ernie Carswell Offer 105 N. Rossmore Avenue an Updated Wallace Neff Hancock...