Options include an English cottage in Mid-Wilshire and a stylishly-upgraded Spanish-style in View Park.
The 1960s home was designed by architect Charles Wong.
In historic View Park, the home has grand fireplaces, ornate moldings, wrought iron, and colorful tile galore.
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Built in 1935, the two-bedroom home features stepped-tray ceilings, colorful period tile and fixtures, scalloped archways, and a bevy of built-ins.
This three-bedroom house has classic design touches, dreamy wallpaper, and a fantastic architectural pedigree.
In Los Angeles' View Park neighborhood, this house is like a time capsule. It was used for the filming of some scenes in "What’s Love Got to Do With It," a film based loosely on Tina Turner's rise to stardom and break from Ike Turner.
Known as "the black Beverly Hills," the unincorporated community in the hills west of Crenshaw Boulevard was once home to Ray Charles and Tina Turner.