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ListingsWire: Carl Maston in Hollywood Hills, Cliff May in La Canada, Venice Lottage, Glendale Price Spike

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HOLLYWOOD HILLS: Here's your moment of envy. This three bedroom home on Marmon Avenue, listed at $4.195 million, was designed by Carl Maston, described an "oft-overlooked architect" by Dwell. More via the listing: "One of the true masterpieces of the Modernist movement...Maston did not stray from his usual palette of wood, concrete, and glass to effectively blur the lines between the indoors and the outdoors at his long-time family home." Looks pretty. [Redfin]

LA CANADA: If you're willing to move to La Canada, there's a nice Cliff May 1950s post & beam waiting for you. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is on a 22,000 plus square foot lot. More via the listing: "This picturesque setting offers over 20 Japanese maples, in-ground spa, and walking trails to private wildlife-viewing deck. Close to studios and downtown. La Canada Schools." Priced at $1.525 million. [Redfin]

VENICE: How's this for a selling point? "Frontage largest available lot west of Lincoln." That would be a 8,000 square foot lot. The home itself is small: just 775 square foot. Plus, the home, listed at $1.795 million has been featured in House & Garden, Harpers Bazaar and more. No word if the house comes with all that outside decoration. [Prudential]

GLENDALE: Someone better have a good explanation for this: A 6,000 square foot home--with a lot of naked female statues--sold for in December 2006 for $3.368 million and now it's listed for $15 million. C'mon! More via the listing: "...library, great room and magnificent raised living room are all enhanced with the finest custom flooring, designer ceiling and plush window coverings." [Redfin]
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