Options include a landmarked Victorian in Pasadena for $1.3 million.
It’s on the market for the first time in six decades.
Built by a local artisan who helped restore Mission San Juan Capistrano.
The classic time travel movie was shot all around Los Angeles.
In the city’s Historic Highlands neighborhood.
Wood floors, pitched ceilings, and a fireplace.
The airy unit is part of a 1960s complex in the city’s Playhouse District.
Including a landmark Craftsman in Mt. Washington and a sweet Spanish bungalow in Silver Lake.
Flash back to the 1950s.
The house is located in the Washington Square Landmark District.
His beautiful tiles adorn many Los Angeles fireplaces.
The 1950s home was designed by architectural firm Buff, Straub, and Hensman.
Two kitchens, an outdoor fireplace, and a stunning sun room.
Options include an English cottage in Mid-Wilshire and a stylishly-upgraded Spanish-style in View Park.
A brand new Pasadena unit or a roomy one-bedroom in Beverly Grove?
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Mapping the homes that helped to define an era.
A terrace, a balcony, and a huge, double-height wall of windows bring the outdoors in.
The huge three-bedroom unit is part of a classic courtyard complex.
Get into the holiday spirit.
Beautiful inside and out.
Awash in rustic charm.
Options include an elegant Spanish style in Leimert Park and a Hollywood bungalow.
Live in a piece of architectural history.
Picks include homes in Hyde Park, a condo in Pasadena, and a tenancy in common in Hollywood.
The three-bedroom modern, designed in the 1950s, is a "nod to Buff and Hensman."
Two bedrooms and a fertile front yard.
Options include two fixer-uppers and two finished condos.
Options include a two-bedroom in Silver Lake and a one-bedroom in Los Feliz’s romantic Casa Laguna.
Character features include beamed ceilings, diamond-pane windows, built-ins, and a cozy fireplace.
Built in 1924 and thoroughly revamped by Herringbone Design.
A private balcony, a shiny new bathroom, and plenty of space.
Options include a 1920s Eagle Rock bungalow and a fixer upper in Glendale.
Asking prices range from $899K to $1.9 million.
In a serene setting, far from the action and crowds of city life.
Angelenos will be free to experience the historic roadway without cars.
Options include a Spanish-style home in Pasadena and a brand-new residence in Echo Park.
Los Angeles is immersed in somewhat of a splash pad renaissance.
Options include a North Hollywood ranch house and a bungalow in San Pedro.