One can only imagine what the dog, who makes three appearances in the listing for this three-bedroom home in historic Highland Park, is wondering: "Where are we going? What's going on?" Besides the home, which is listed at $499,000, one thing that's notable about the home is that according to the listing, the residence was designed by the late Ernest Irving Freese, a local architect was apparently obsessed with geometric dissections. "The author of the manuscript, Ernest Irving Freese, was an architect in Los Angeles who, near the end of his life, became passionate about dissections." One learns this from a fascinating book about piano-hinged dissections.
· 6253 PINE CREST Dr [Redfin]