Completed in 1960, this single-story home has unobstructed mountain and golf course views.
Options include a landmarked Victorian in Pasadena for $1.3 million.
Open houses are out, and virtual tours via Instagram, Facebook, or YouTube are in.
Inside a charming Traditional-style building.
Including a vintage Highland Park Craftsman and a revamped three-bedroom in Leimert Park
The glass-walled house is surrounded by trees and rolling hills.
From Frogtown to Palms, the origin stories of nearly two dozen Los Angeles cities and neighborhoods.
A curated collection of options for every budget.
Picks include a 1960s home in Woodland Hills with a pool with mountain views and a studio condo in the Arts District.
An unpolished gem in a lovely setting.
Options include a one-bedroom condo off the Sunset Strip and a Spanish-style fixer in Glendale.
These homes, including a spiffy Tudor Revival in Glendale, are priced from $699,000.
Other highlights include a magnesite staircase, stenciled ceilings, and a milk-delivery door.
Character details include beamed ceilings, peg and groove hardwood floors, an elaborate hand-carved inglenook, and lovely vintage tile.
The former home of Disney star Peyton List, it’s been featured in Architectural Digest.
Options include a historic West Adams mansion and a stylish Mediterranean in Los Feliz.
Its interior—including an "opium den-inspired" guest suite—is a real visual feast.
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Options range from classic 1920s Spanish Colonials to glassy moderns.
They are named after cult leaders, old Mexican ranchos, and the pets and family members of real estate subdividers.
Options include a 1920s Eagle Rock bungalow and a fixer upper in Glendale.
The Calori House has two bedrooms, two and a half baths, and a slew of lovely period details.
Options include a spacious one-bedroom in Sawtelle and an apartment overlooking Los Feliz Boulevard.
The 1940s unit has wood floors and a private balcony.
Options include this sunny hilltop home in Glassell Park.
Options include a brand new unit in Echo Park and a Spanish-style cottage in the Hollywood Hills.
It would run through downtown Glendale, replicating existing bus service in the city—at a far greater cost.
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The national spotlight is on the river, and developers are paying attention. Plans include glitzy projects by big-name architects.
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These five apartments are all renting for around the same price. Which would you choose?
Built in 1950 as the personal home of its designer.
A celebration of indoor and outdoor living.
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See what that price rents in five neighborhoods, including Pasadena, Silver Lake, and Fairfax.
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It comes with a patio and little garden.
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