Winnetka is a small neighborhood in west-central San Fernando Valley offering a mix of urban and suburban living. The area is served by six public and four private schools, as well as the Winnetka Recreation Center. There are also two parks, namely Quimby Park and Runnymede Park.

If you are looking to build a home in a quiet area of Los Angeles, here are some of the best custom home builders in Winnetka who can help you. These firms have a lot of experience building throughout the county and the rest of the San Fernando Valley.


Build 4 You Inc

18740 Oxnard Street, #304, Tarzana, CA 91356

Traditional black metal lamps light up the intricate moldings along the front courtyard of this modern Mediterranean home in Beverly Hills. These details continue in the front room anchored by a stone fireplace. Across the hallway is the coffered ceiling dining room, with a glass chandelier illuminating the rustic wood six-seater table. Right next to it is the U-shaped kitchen, which features a waterfall-edge island at its center, with a gray quartz countertop and wooden drawers and cabinets that match those in the prep spaces. The bedrooms are spacious, with the master bedroom leading out to the cozy paver patio in the backyard. The master bath features a white quartz-top double vanity, marble walls, a glass-encased shower, and a freestanding tub. 

Behind this home is Build 4 You, a residential and commercial contractor serving the greater Los Angeles area. Build 4 You has been creating dream homes for over 40 years. The firm also builds accessory dwelling units (ADUs) and provides luxury remodels and soft-story retrofitting.


Superior Home Builders

6569 Cleomoore Avenue, West Hills, CA 91307 

Lush green spaces and stone paths surround the Tuscan yellow walls and terracotta roof of this Mediterranean-style home in Valley Village. Trellised stone-paved patio areas and Spanish tiled steps bridge them to the interior, which gets a lot of light through the broad black-framed windows and French doors. An antique wooden door and a tiered fountain by an arched window add rustic charm to the structure.

President and CEO Ron Azulay leads Superior Home Builders, the team behind this home. The firm has built and remodeled homes throughout the Los Angeles metro area since 2004. Azulay works directly with his team and the client, recommending the best materials and communicating daily progress. The same crew handles the build, from start to final inspection, ensuring the project meets its target completion date.


Nico Designs

2312 Park Avenue,  #122, Tustin, CA 92782 

President Matthew Bahrami founded Nico Designs in 2002 to serve Los Angeles and Orange counties. The firm has since built everything from a 2,000-square-foot home to a 20,000-square-foot mansion in styles from Classic to Modern Contemporary. Nico Designs now also builds Net Zero and Passive House energy-efficient buildings. 

The arched details continue in the interior of this modern Tuscan-style home. Classic white pillars hold up these passageways between the first-floor spaces. A traditional fireplace anchors the formal living room, which flows into a five-seater round table dining area lit by a glass chandelier at the center of the coffered ceiling. A more casual family room sits beneath white wood-beamed shiplap ceilings, warmed by a beige marble slab fireplace. Adjacent to the space—through a wider trimmed opening—is the dark wood-cabinet L-shaped kitchen, with a white quartz-top center island and prep spaces. French doors open to the covered deck by the backyard. A gold wrought metal-railed staircase leads up to the second floor, which extends to an open upper deck lounge area with great views of Huntington Beach.


Bellagio Design Build Corporation

19336 Calvert Street, Tarzana, CA 91335 

Oklahoma University Architecture degree-holder CEO Shawn Rabbani brings 30 years of experience designing and building homes to Bellagio Design Build. Rabbani founded the firm in 2006 and has since worked on over 50,000 new construction, addition, and remodeling projects across Los Angeles.

The firm built this two-story modern home with a pristine white façade accentuated by black metal frames around the windows and railings on the second-floor balconies. Inside, the common paces are arranged in a flowing layout. A ribbon fireplace anchors the living room. A similar fireplace is embedded onto the half-wall that marks off the ten-seater dining room and white-cabinet kitchen. Accordion doors open to the trellised patio. Stainless steel cable-railed floating stairs lead up to the second floor, where an open upper deck overlooks the backyard pool. 


Precision Construction Co.

7321 Casaba Avenue, Winnetka, CA 91306 

Artful landscaping lines the paved walkway up the stone-clad arched main entry to this modern farmhouse home. Lamps and spotlights illuminate the rest of the façade, which features tall windows with wooden side-shutters beneath the low-pitched and varied roofline topped by a chimney. 

Construction has been in CEO Ron Bahat’s family for many years. Bahat decided to get his own contractor’s license at an early age after seeing the substandard, poor-quality work of others in the industry delivered at exorbitant prices. He then founded Precision Construction, the firm behind this home, in 2001. The firm has since built over 250 projects large and small throughout the San Fernando Valley. Precision provides new construction, additions, and kitchen and bath remodel projects, as well as masonry, electrical, plumbing, flooring, and roofing work. 


Executive Design and Construction

7515 Calvin Avenue, Reseda, CA 91335 

The sprawling backyard area is as much a part of this home as its main structure. Teal-framed sliding doors connect the interior to the covered deck. Spanish tiles line the steps down to the open space, where there are spots to lounge and get some fresh air. The trellised and metal-railed second-floor balcony looks out upon a space that enjoys beautiful views. It’s easy to see that Executive Design and Construction specializes in hillside construction.


Vahik Tatoosi has led the firm since its establishment in 2000, and the firm has earned a strong reputation among clients in the Los Angeles area for the spot-on work the team delivers via good communication, honesty, and professionalism. The firm provides everything from new construction to kitchen and bath remodeling, as well as ADUs.


MY Home Builders, Inc.

20720 Ventura Boulevard, Unit #280, Woodland Hills, CA 91364 

Since 2014, MY Home Builders has been building and remodeling homes throughout Los Angeles County. Homeowners throughout the area have come to appreciate the high-quality work the firm delivers at competitive prices, praising its honest and proactive project managers who are easy to work with throughout the building processes. MY Home Builders takes the time to learn about their clients’ daily activities in order to recommend a floor plan that will naturally match their lifestyle. 

Rich details continue behind the white-walled and stone-clad façade of this Woodland Hills home. The geometric accent light hanging from the porch finds its counterpart right behind the sidelight door in a spherical chandelier illuminating the entryway. A herringbone pattern on the floor leads you inside. A similar pattern appears in the walls of the quartz-top double vanity master bath. Wooden drawers and cabinets offer storage room below the undermount sinks next to the knee walls that support the glass door of the rainshower, where blue tiling lines a shower niche on the other side. The master bedroom is spacious, with a sitting area fronting the bed and barn doors that match the gorgeous wood flooring.


Precise Home Builders

6924 Canby Avenue, Reseda, CA 91335 

Established in 1987, Precise Home Builders offers full construction services to Greater Los Angeles. Founder and CEO Moshe Shachrur has plenty of experience with different types of construction and remodeling projects. Familiar with how the construction industry constantly evolves and building codes and regulations change from city to city, Shachrur makes sure to keep abreast of the latest developments and pass his knowledge on to his team.

The firm built this modern home in Studio City with white walls and wood accents on the exterior. Its black metal pivot front door opens to a double-height foyer featuring a glass-encased staircase and interior balcony. The black accents continue in the couches that lead into the living room area. Wood-sided cabinets line the gray walls of the kitchen. The white quartz waterfall-edge center island houses the stainless steel range, its hood hanging above it from the ceiling. Wire bar stools line the black quartz countertop which offers some space to dine and matches the black glass cabinets above the undermount sink. Glass sliding doors lead out to the backyard pool.


SOD Home Group

1617 Cosmo St, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Lush landscaping comes alive set against this off-white walled home in Newport Beach. Circular steps flanked by black metal lamps lead up to the grassy courtyard. White wood frames the windows that frame this space, as well as the entry points to the main structure and garage doors. The home has an airy feel to it, fitting for this coastal city.

Behind this home is SOD Home Group, a firm established by CEO Oren Dagan and his wife Sara in 2008 to serve the Los Angeles area, bringing over two decades of experience in the end-to-end building process. SOD’s skilled and proactive team has since exceeded the expectations of homeowners across more than 20 counties throughout California, with offices in Irvine, San Jose, and San Francisco. The firm builds and remodels homes in a range of styles, including Traditional, Transitional, Contemporary, and Modern. Learn more about their work at www.sodhg.com.


Martins Construction

11611 San Vicente Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90049 

This contemporary Craftsman home opens to a bright wood-beamed great room. A limestone fireplace wall anchors the living room, with the flat screen mounted atop the wooden mantel. Blue and white tile backsplash lines the wall behind the range and the gray wood cabinets. A black quartz-top island offers some eat-in space, while more space to dine sits towards the right in the form of the corner breakfast nook. Light wood frames the broad windows and sliding doors to the outdoor areas. The blue and white backsplash appears behind the white quartz-top double vanity and recessed tub in the master’s bath. The back deck houses more space to dine and lounge, with a grill atop the flagstone-paved yard.

The home was built by Martins Construction, established by Robert Martins in 1995. The firm builds and remodels homes throughout the greater Los Angeles area and has been recognized by the National Fine Builders Association and Qualified Remodeler for its work.