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Koreatown Craftsman With Lots of Hand-Carved Woodwork Asks $1.5M

Built in 1910, the house sits on a lush property that includes a recording studio out back.

Tiny 1920s Bungalow Near Dodger Stadium Asks $699K

The compact home lives large under skylights and vaulted beam ceilings.

Sun-Dappled Mid-Century Bungalow Asks $899K in Highland Park

The airy abode makes the most of its space.

Mid-Century Lodge With Ocean and Canyon Views Asks $4.8M in Topanga

Designed in 1963 by noted local architect W. Earl Wear, the retreat incorporates copious amounts of redwood, stone, and glass.

1930s Spanish-Style Home With Original Tile Asks $1.4M in Los Feliz

Plus stained glass and scalloped cabinets.

Glendale Mid-Century Near 244-Acre Open-Space Preserve Asks $1.3M

Completed in 1960, this single-story home has unobstructed mountain and golf course views.

Hilltop home made of redwood and glass asking $2.4M in Sherman Oaks

Ray Kappe designed the post-and-beam home in 1961, then re-built it after the Northridge earthquake.

5 Los Angeles open houses you can tour virtually

Options include an idyllic half-acre compound in Glassell Park and a clifftop fixer in San Pedro.

On Long Beach street lined with bungalows, 1970s modern with pitched ceiling asks $1.1M

The California Heights home has a flexible floor plan.

106-year-old Craftsman bungalow in Hollywood asking $1.7M

You’ll find built-ins, beautiful woodwork, and two bonus rental units.