There's been a preponderance of mid-century post and beams popping onto the market of late, and here comes yet another house with an open plan, walls of glass, and vaulted beamed ceilings. This particular mid-century, however, seems especially noteworthy thanks to its distinctive mosaics, reminiscent of the ones recently uncovered at the Long Beach Airport. Located on a .38-acre lot just east of the Hollywood Reservoir, the 1,929-square-foot residence features three bedrooms, two baths, a redone kitchen, a wood-burning fireplace, copper plumbing, a tankless water heater, multiple decks, and city, canyon, and ocean views. Per the listing, it also "needs TLC." Last sold in 1994 for $385,000, it's now asking $999,000.
· 2719 CRESTON Dr [Redfin]