On the market for the first time ever, the Grant House by A. Quincy Jones encapsulates the midcentury modern look.

Based in Los Angeles, Archibald Quincy Jones was a midcentury modern architect whose innovative, modernist buildings earned him renown as a pioneer of sustainable design.

Now, one of his outstanding works—the Grant House, built for its original owners in 1950—is available for sale. Located at 815 Bramble Way, the residence sits within the exclusive neighborhood of Crestwood Hill in Los Angeles, home to many architecturally significant homes by midcentury icons such as Carleton Winslow Jr., Ray Kappe, and Richard Neutra. The 1,952-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath property is on the market for the first time and asking $2,450,000.

Surrounded by plenty of spacious green gardens, the house was designed to protect its owners’ privacy.

Surrounded by plenty of spacious green gardens, the house was designed to protect its owners’ privacy.



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Sited on a flat lot, the property includes two generous, enclosed yards that can accommodate expansions or the addition of a pool.

Sited on a flat lot, the property includes two generous, enclosed yards that can accommodate expansions or the addition of a pool.

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The Grant House evokes a sense of seclusion and serenity.

 The Grant House evokes a sense of seclusion and serenity.

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See the full story on Dwell.com: Own This L.A. Midcentury by A. Quincy Jones For $2.45M

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