This week’s installment of Curbed Comparisons features a Los Feliz apartment with a view of Griffith Observatory, a Windsor Square unit in a French chateau complex, and more, all renting for around $2,800.
The last owner of this stately Windsor Square residence, an 86-year-old widow, was found stabbed to death in 2014. The case is still open, but the four-bedroom house is now on the market, asking $2.4 million.
The actor appears to be parting with the impressive O'Melveny House after purchasing it in 2014. Originally constructed in 1908, the seven-bedroom mansion was actually pulled two miles by horse to its present location.
The Scottish Rite Masonic Temple in Windsor Square was purchased by Guess? moguls/brothers Maurice and Paul Marciano for a private museum for their own huge art collections. Now they've found a curator and an opening is not too far off.
This impressive mansion once housed businessman Isaac Newton Van Nuys, who owned most of the southern half of the San Fernando Valley until he sold it to developers in 1909. Also, it's the home of Steve Martin and family in Cheaper by the Dozen.