The home has been renovated, but retains its modernist roots
Including a super sharp midcentury modern in Beachwood Canyon and a striking 1921 Craftsman in Long Beach.
Options include a remodeled one-bedroom in Beachwood Canyon and a loft in the Historic Core.
Including an elegant Glendale Monterey Colonial with its own stream and a rustic cabin in Beachwood Canyon.
A curated collection of options for every budget.
These homes, including a spiffy Tudor Revival in Glendale, are priced from $699,000.
The NBC series is set in Pittsburgh and New York—but it’s filmed in LA.
The 1950s home sits among the treetops just below Griffith Park.
Picks include an updated one-bedroom in the NoHo Arts District and a one-bedroom with minty green bathroom tile in Mid-Wilshire.
Multiple developers have proposed building gondolas to the Hollywood Sign.
Dutch doors, hardwood floors, and a nice backyard.
Located on the fringes of Griffith Park.
Arched doorways, French doors, painted tile, wrought-iron sconces, and Juliet balconies.
This flawless, slightly witchy residence is a fricking dream.
The century-old structure has vaulted ceilings and an antique stove.
See what that price rents in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Venice, Beachwood Canyon, and Century City.
The building was designed in 1937, reportedly to house Warner Bros. actresses.
The house was designed by nightclub owner Ronald Buck
The freshly overhauled home was built in 1952.
The midcentury modern has been restored "with the guidance" of Lautner associate Helena Arahuete.
Amazing views, stained glass windows, and a roomy terrace.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Beachwood Canyon, Brentwood, and Koreatown.
Period features include elaborate molding and plasterwork, a magnesite staircase, and vividly colored tile.
The two-bedroom Beachwood Canyon home has been appointed with a showroom’s worth of high-end vintage designer furnishings and art.
The 1920s home features tile floors and a built-in breakfast nook.
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Features include International-style ribbon windows, two fireplaces, and scenic views.
Built in the 1920s, it’s complete with chandeliers and festive wallpaper.
Here’s what that price gets you in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Downtown, Malibu, and Beachwood Canyon.
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A city councilmember is looking to ease traffic, potentially by charging for parking.
Original hardwood floors and woodwork dovetail with contemporary design touches
See what $2,500 rents you in Silver Lake, Hollywood, Beachwood Canyon, and more.
Owned by an Emmy-nominated comedy writer/director who co-created ‘Portlandia.’
The quirky home features an array of wallpaper designs and a deck with views of the woodsy surroundings.
They’re trying to put pressure on the city to reopen Beachwood Drive as a launching point for hiking in Griffith Park and viewing the world-famous Hollywood Sign.
It’s located in a pastel midcentury condo building that features a communal pool and garden.
A short walk from the Beachwood Canyon market and cafe, it has three bedrooms, two updated baths, and a private backyard with hot tub.
Built in 1925 and designed by architect John DeLario, it still has its original front door, fireplace, hardwood floors, and coffered ceiling. It’s asking $2.45M.