This Restored 1920s L.A. Home Is Packed With Delightful Nooks & Crannies

by Dwell Staff   Seeking $1.5M, the Spanish colonial–style property is decked out with stained glass, curved archways, and ceiling frescoes.   Location: 4310 7th Avenue, Los Angeles, California Price: $1,495,000 Year Built: 1929 Footprint: 2,243 square feet (four bedrooms, three bath) Lot Size: 0.1 acres To read the full article visit their website here

In Northridge, an Edward Fickett-Designed Mid-Century Ranch Home Is Up for Grabs

by Wendy Bowman Though he passed away over two decades ago, modernist architect Edward Fickett left a vaunted legacy that lives on in and around Los Angeles — not only in iconic structures like Sunset Boulevard’s Tower Records, but also the numerous residences he designed that stretch from Hollywood Hills to the San Fernando Valley;… Keep reading

Q3 2022 Market Report

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Homes for Sale in the SGV Under $1 Million

Enjoy a curated list of some of our most recent listings in the San Gabriel Valley – and all for under $1 million. Featuring a romantic updated Spanish in Alhambra, a 1924 Glendale duplex, a Mid-Century Ranch in Glendora, and a variety of upgraded townhomes in desirable locations along some of Pasadena’s most popular streets…. Keep reading

Modified Modern by William Kesling in the Hollywood Hills Resurfaces For Sale

By Pauline O’Connor This listing in the Hollywood Hills will likely be familiar to many readers from its previous appearance on the market a little over a year ago. Built for oil distribution manager George Estes, the Cahuenga Pass property is one of only 15 homes designed by L.A.’s foremost practitioner of the Streamline Moderne… Keep reading