Home is where the art is.
The half-acre property comes with a recording studio and sizable garden.
Possessing the genteel elegance of a bygone era.
Options include a charming Atwater Village bungalow and a midcentury modern in the Hollywood Hills.
Including a spiffy midcentury modern by Boyd Georgi and Arlington Heights Craftsman built in 1910.
The six bungalows were built between 1912 and 1915.
The rear house could be used as a rental unit or home studio.
Mapping the homes that helped to define an era.
The stone, glass, and copper cliff-climber is a Hollywood Hills homage to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater.
Sweeping views, outdoor spaces, and access to the Strip.
Options include a vintage one-bedroom in Fairfax and a studio in Sawtelle.
The architect’s own longtime family residence, it’s a symphony of wood, glass, and stone.
Preservationists have begun to strategize about potentially landmarking the house, but Judge’s wife says she hopes they don’t.
From a quaint cottage to a movie legend’s former abode.
Options include a vintage Los Feliz apartment and a bright unit in Mid-Wilshire.
The refined 1930s traditional near Wattles Mansion was the home of hot fudge sundae inventor C.C. Brown.
The interiors are personal, playful, and brightly colored.
Take a self-guided architecture tour.
It’s a charming example of early modernism.
Subway tile, quartz counters, and a redone bathroom.
Built for silent film star Lloyd Hamilton, it sits on a rambling, .39-acre lot.
Options include a brand new unit in Echo Park and a Spanish-style cottage in the Hollywood Hills.
The sisters’ hideaway features super high-end wallpaper and "just the right amount of wrong."
The Hollywood Hills hideaway has a cozy treehouse vibe.
The turreted residence has a wealth of show-stopping period details.
Arched doorways, French doors, painted tile, wrought-iron sconces, and Juliet balconies.
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In March—shortly before the launch of Uber’s initial public offering—the company’s co-founder snapped up this luxurious new-build.
The 1950s traditional operated as a cultural hub as well as a secret restaurant.
Commissioned by noted gay rights activist Harry Hay, the Cahuenga Pass residence was once on the FBI watch list.
The updated 1940s bungalow is just a few blocks from the site of the Richfield gas station where Bowers once ran a brothel.
The 1960s post and beam now features walls of reclaimed wood, built-in seating, and grounds reminiscent of a luxury tropical resort.
The Amazon series is inextricably linked with the city.
Magnesite flooring and stairs, gorgeous stained glass, and spectacular Art Deco tile.
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The home was designed by Case Study architect Craig Ellwood and James Tyler.
The 1920s Mediterranean fixer has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool, guest house, and huge lot.
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See what that price rents in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including the Hollywood Hills and North Hollywood.