For Sale in Los Angeles
Noteworthy homes for sale across LA.
Built in 1910, the house sits on a lush property that includes a recording studio out back.
The compact home lives large under skylights and vaulted beam ceilings.
The airy abode makes the most of its space.
Designed in 1963 by noted local architect W. Earl Wear, the retreat incorporates copious amounts of redwood, stone, and glass.
Plus stained glass and scalloped cabinets.
Ray Kappe designed the post-and-beam home in 1961, then re-built it after the Northridge earthquake.
The California Heights home has a flexible floor plan.
You’ll find built-ins, beautiful woodwork, and two bonus rental units.
Built in 1939 for the head of Van de Kamp Bakeries.
Plus, walls of glass and an impressive wraparound bar.
Inside, it’s quite the spring chicken!
It’s surprisingly sophisticated.
Home is where the art is.
It’s on the market for the first time in six decades.
The concrete residence is one of only a few intact houses in Los Angeles designed by Irving Gill.
It comes with an equally cute back house.
The designer is looking to move back East.
The 1961 post and beam sits on a lot of over an acre.
With two guest cottages, an art studio, a pond, and trees galore.
Completed in 1940, the modest modern is asking $1.6 million.
It’s a feast for the eyes.
The half-acre property comes with a recording studio and sizable garden.
Right above the Sunset Strip.
Period details include stepped tray ceilings, elaborate plasterwork, elegant built-ins, and jazzy tile.
Built by a local artisan who helped restore Mission San Juan Capistrano.