Options include a romantic Spanish hacienda in Altadena and a shingled Craftsman in Windsor Square.
Options include a charming Atwater Village bungalow and a midcentury modern in the Hollywood Hills.
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A Jefferson Park bungalow or a Hollywood townhouse?
Including a couple of outstanding time capsules.
The three-bedroom home’s features include beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, built-ins, and striking stained glass accents.
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The sprawling property is filled with oak, pine, deodar cedar, and olive trees.
Including a 1930s Streamline Moderne in Long Beach and a revamped cedar cottage in Culver City.
Options include an adorable Altadena cottage and a loft in downtown Long Beach.
Options include an elegant Spanish style in Leimert Park and a Hollywood bungalow.
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The property includes a Japanese tea house-inspired guest unit, an art studio, and a swimming pool
The Altadena home has polished concrete floors, clerestory windows, a revamped kitchen, and a peaceful courtyard complete with labyrinth.
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Silver Lake to Palms.
The four-bedroom time capsule features beamed ceilings, custom light fixtures, walls of glass, and scenic mountain vistas.
The totally renovated house has custom cabinets, French doors, and a pool in the front yard.
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Altadena to Brentwood.
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Highland Park to West Hollywood.
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Altadena to Mar Vista.
See what that price buys in five neighborhoods, including Echo Park, Mount Washington, and Santa Monica.
In the foothills just south of Mount Lowe, the home features beamed ceilings, walls of glass, a triangulated brick fireplace, and Bouquet Canyon stone walls.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Glendale to Topanga.
Built in 1888 and for sale for the first time in more than six decades.
It’s enough for homes in Westlake, Altadena, Van Nuys, Lake Balboa, and Hermosa Beach.
The five-bedroom estate dates to the 1920s and still sports its original wall sconces and bathroom tile.
See what $750,000 buys in Sherman Oaks, Westwood, Altadena, Long Beach, and Van Nuys.
This three-bedroom has been renovated through and through, but still retains some of its ’30s charms.
See what $800,000 gets you in Atwater Village, Encino, Altadena, Van Nuys, and Del Rey.
It’s enough for an airy bungalow above the street in Eagle Rock or a roomy two-bedroom condo in Hollywood.
The charming little two-bedroom home has hardwood floors, stained glass windows, and a brick living room fireplace.
Designed by influential architect and furniture designer Kem Weber, the three-bedroom home was built in 1936.
The updated home has three bedrooms, two baths, and a big yard with lots of fruit trees.
The house blends beamed ceilings and curved doorways with a remodeled kitchen. The sweet backyard features fruit trees and a patio.
Its verdant grounds contain towering trees, a pond, a wildflower garden—and a labyrinth.
It’s enough for a cozy two-bedroom in Burbank—or a condo in a 1920s Arts District loft building.
From a remodeled cottage in Marina del Rey to a Craftsman in Altadena, we’ve rounded up a few homes for sale around the city at that price point.