While co-editor Josh relaxes on a beach, listening to the dulcet strains of João Gilberto and drinks from a coconut, we bring you his baby: Pricespotter. You already know the drill: We’re giving you pictures, location, and specifications of a property for sale. You’re putting them together and giving us an asking price. Submit your guesses in the comments, and Monday we’ll reveal the listing price.
What/Where: We're cheating. This listing is for a live/work loft compound, 2 houses on lot in the Culver City. The main house has 3-bedrooms and 2-1/2 bath. The front house is a restored bungalow with 2 bedrooms, 1 bath.
Size: 2,398 sq. feet on 5,940 sq. ft. lot
Additional details: While having an architect named Karin liljegren design your house sounds like it gives it some cool Scandinavian cred, she's from New Jersey. However, the main house in the "compound" features "tall ceilings, radiant concrete floors, plenty of light and cross-ventilation. In front, the original restored 1920's bungalow is perfect for a home office, art studio or legal rental income, with 2 bedrooms, new kitchen and hardwood floors. Joining the two homes together is a covered lanai. Dwell magazine would approve!"