Designed by Legendary Architect Raphael Soriano, Gogol House in L.A. Is Listed for $3.5M

One of the few remaining structures designed by the modernist architect Raphael Soriano has hit the market in Southern California for $3,495,000.

Soriano’s Gogol House in Los Angeles was built in 1939 and stood out from the tract homes being built throughout the area.

“This particular home was one of the first modern homes around Los Angeles, and even the neighbors didn’t know what to make of it,” explains the listing agent, Brian Courville. “Obviously, as time goes on, these kind of homes become very appreciated for their uniqueness and architecture and design.”

So it figures the current owner is a designer who purchased the home in 2011. Over the past decade, the home has been meticulously renovated, while keeping Soriano’s original ideas intact.

“It’s special because it has been preserved, restored, and renovated with respect to what my client feels the architect would have appreciated,” Courville says.

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Explore newly listed Victorian home in West Highland

In Denver’s beloved West Highland neighborhood, a rare historic home with a star-studded past has just hit the market. The completely restored Victorian estate, at 3015 Lowell Blvd., is the personal home of Anna Slade and her husband, Isaac Slade, lead singer of the popular band, The Fray. Their family has treasured this home for over a decade, and it brims with unique details, history, and one-of-a-kind character. This charming home is now listed by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty broker, Mckinze Casey, for $2,950,000.

Originally built in the late 1800s, and designed by William Lang, this authentic Victorian home was completely restored by the Slades, who took extra care at every turn, even reinforcing the entire underlying structures without compromising any of the original architecture. The iconic red brick exterior and colorful trim are a reminder of the era’s classic style. The Slades’ eye for design, artistic touch, and

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