The airy abode makes the most of its space.
The Mount Angelus home has nice views and period bathroom tile.
Options include an English cottage in Mid-Wilshire and a stylishly-upgraded Spanish-style in View Park.
Including a knockout modern designed in 1961 by Richard Neutra and a ranch house with an amazing backyard in Highland Park.
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Options include an adorable Altadena cottage and a loft in downtown Long Beach.
Two bedrooms and a plentiful yard.
Options include a two-bedroom condo in Downtown and a 1950s home in Lake Balboa.
Options include a Spanish-style home in Pasadena and a brand-new residence in Echo Park.
Built in 1925, it’s got hardwood floors and nice built-ins.
Walking distance to the cafes, bars, and restaurants on Figueroa Street.
Cute as a button!
Built to last in 1912.
What a cutie!
Just off York Boulevard, the two-bedroom is a charmer.
The three-bedroom house is located on a corner lot near York Boulevard.
Situated on a corner lot, this 1940s home has updated interiors and a comfy backyard deck.
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Also Highland Park, Koreatown, and Echo Park.
The 1920s home has wood floors and open living spaces.
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Located in Highland Park, it’s easy walking distance to the bars and restaurants on York Boulevard.
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We’ve got five options, from Hollywood to Highland Park.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including a ranch house in North Hollywood and an old Victorian in Pasadena.
We’ve got five options, from Los Feliz to Venice.
This hillside retreat offers patios and a perch above it all.
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A blend of Victorian and Craftsman styles, the 113-year-old house features charming original details
Built in 1950 and located within the Highland Park-Garvanza historic zone.
The seven-story building would hold condos as well as
It’s come a long way since last on the market
On a huge, tree-filled lot, it’s got incredible woodwork, pocket doors, a sleeping porch, and built-ins galore.
That’s nearly $200K above the asking price.
Two buildings would replace warehouses on the site at Figueroa and Avenue 61.
Famous authors, comedy legends, and the president of the United States have all visited its garage.
The three-bedroom house offers hardwood floors, coved ceilings, and multiple outdoor spaces.
This property includes an adjacent parcel for a total of about half an acre of land.