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ListingsWire: A Striped Home and An Architectural, Los Feliz Flip, Downtown Boomerang

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PACOIMA: So in Pacoima, which is in the San Fernando Valley, people live in striped houses. And it'll cost you $430,000 for 1,258 square feet and three bedrooms in Pacoima. More via the listing: "Freshly painted inside, new carpet t/o and laundry area in garage w/direct access from kitchen. Trust sale with no court confirmation. Please submit all reasonable offers." [Redfin]

LOS ANGELES: This is what they call an architectural. And how about the pool? "In collaboration with the architect, contemporary artist Fred Fehlau has created a space where life, work and pleasure are one. Located in the northeastern foothills of Los Angeles just 15 miles from the city center, this epic structure unabashedly protrudes from the arid landscape." Well, Fred is selling that epic structure and pleasure costs $1.8 million. [Redfin]

LOS FELIZ: Sweet flip action near Atwater Village: A two-bedroom on Ferncroft road, this home is listed at $539,000 and described as a "beautiful English Style House. Nicely remodeled and with an ideal floor plan." It also sold just last December for $422,000. [Redfin]

DOWNTOWN: Another loft in downtown: It's a fourth floor unit in Elleven, listed for $575,000. Clearly a professional boomerang player lives here (see bedroom), which raises the value of the home. Like birds, those boomerangs. [Official Site]