For Sale in Los Angeles
Noteworthy homes for sale across LA.
Period features include a stained glass window, a carved plaster fireplace, and hand-painted Spanish tile.
The rock legend recorded "After the Gold Rush" in the lower-level studio.
One of the first condos in Palm Springs, it was designed by Dan Palmer and William Krisel.
Including a spiffy midcentury modern by Boyd Georgi and Arlington Heights Craftsman built in 1910.
Live in one unit, rent out the other.
The former home of silver screen star Tyrone Power.
Known as the Asher Residence, it was designed by Rodney Walker.
The one-bedroom unit sits in a century-old building near the Last Bookstore.
A precursor to the architect’s iconic Case Study houses.
It’s got a tree-filled backyard and a detached studio.
Built in 1935, it was one of Albert Frey and John Porter Clark’s earliest desert designs.
A brand new kitchen, but a few original elements too.
The 1950s home was designed by architectural firm Buff, Straub, and Hensman.
The six bungalows were built between 1912 and 1915.
It would make a great starter home.
On 4.44 acres above the reservoir, the custom-designed home has a pool, tennis court, and spectacular views.
It’s all concrete, glass, and steel, and from the interior, "it feels like you could reach out and touch the trees."
The glass-walled house is surrounded by trees and rolling hills.
Two kitchens, an outdoor fireplace, and a stunning sun room.
It’s ready for a new chapter.
From Long Beach to Burbank, and all priced at $699,000 or less.
Built in 1967, the newly renovated home was designed by architect James Allen Walter.
The home’s arroyo-stone exterior looks as old as the surrounding hills.
Three-bedrooms, hardwood floors, and a swimming pool.
With jaw-dropping views of Catalina.