Plus stained glass and scalloped cabinets.
Options include an idyllic half-acre compound in Glassell Park and a clifftop fixer in San Pedro.
The Griffith Observatory has enraptured Los Angeles since the day it opened 85 years ago.
It’s surprisingly sophisticated.
The antidote for all those white-walled houses with earthy neutral palettes.
Built for noted film orchestrator and composer Leonid Raab, who completed scores for Rear Window and Sunset Boulevard.
Loaded with lavish Roaring ‘20s features.
Live like an oil tycoon or movie starlet.
Once described as "a Mondrian painting come to life."
Period features include a stained glass window, a carved plaster fireplace, and hand-painted Spanish tile.
Picks include a revamped Spanish-style that’s walking distance to LACMA.
Including an elegant Glendale Monterey Colonial with its own stream and a rustic cabin in Beachwood Canyon.
From Frogtown to Palms, the origin stories of nearly two dozen Los Angeles cities and neighborhoods.
A curated collection of options for every budget.
"Properties in communities with shelters are considered less desirable," the homeowner wrote in a letter before filing a lawsuit.
A picture window, tons of charm, and outdoor space aplenty.
Notable features include hardwood floors, French doors, a brick fireplace, and a century-old avocado tree.
Meticulously restored, the three-bedroom house offers decks, a serene master bathroom, and a kitchen that pops.
Options include a one-bedroom bungalow in West Adams.
It’s been updated but its vintage charm still shines.
Twenty-six bridge shelters are either in the works or have opened across the city. This would be the fourth in David Ryu’s council district.
More than a dozen stops throughout the park, starting December 7.
The epitome of indoor-outdoor living.
Including a 1930s Spanish-style stunner with professional recording studio
Soaring ceilings and lots of natural light.
Start a little commune.
Options include a historic West Adams mansion and a stylish Mediterranean in Los Feliz.
Two river-rock fireplaces and a garage fallout shelter.
Options include a Spanish-style bungalow in Burbank and a one-bedroom in Village Green.
Was one LA’s most famous murder victims slain in the basement of the Lloyd Wright-designed fortress?
It will house an Out of the Closet thrift store, as its shop in Hollywood is closing to make way for a 270-unit apartment complex.
The Mayan Revival mansion, made famous in appearances in Blade Runner and House on Haunted Hill, was recently restored.
They are named after cult leaders, old Mexican ranchos, and the pets and family members of real estate subdividers.
Beamed ceilings, a magnesite staircase, a bougainvillea-draped dining patio, and a saltwater pool.
Making its debut after an ultra-glam interior revamp courtesy of designer Vanessa Alexander.
Features include beamed ceilings, colorful tile, built-ins, and an inviting pool.
Seek these filming locations out at your own peril.
It was built by and for the architect who helped design the Central Library.
Options include a vintage Los Feliz apartment and a bright unit in Mid-Wilshire.