Los Angeles Open Houses
Including a spiffy midcentury modern by Boyd Georgi and Arlington Heights Craftsman built in 1910.
Including a rustic-chic post and beam in Culver City and a 1940s ranch in Burbank.
Including a 1930s Streamline Moderne in Long Beach and a revamped cedar cottage in Culver City.
From Beverly Hills to Eagle Rock.
From a quaint cottage to a movie legend’s former abode.
Built in 1959 and featuring views across the LA River.
Features include steel casement windows, beamed ceilings, a sizable lot, and stupendous views.
The two-bedroom home has hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, a formal dining room, and a fireplace.
It’s got walls of glass and clerestory windows to complement hardwood floors and lofty beamed ceilings.
Looking for its first new owner since the ’70s, the post and beam has walls of glass and a double-height living room.
The four-bedroom residence is one of four houses in a row designed by modern architect Stephen Alan Siskind.
The stately five-bedroom home has lots of original features, to go along with a renovated kitchen and new wooden decks.
Nicely updated over the years, the roomy home has original hardwood floors and a newer office with stained glass windows.
The handsome residence has received a few updates over the years, but retains plenty of original details.
Built in 1958, the striking modern residence has vaulted ceilings, skylights, and walls of glass.