My Favorite Murder’s Karen Kilgariff Buys Killer Mid-Century Modern in Studio City

By Bianca Barragan The co-host of the popular true-crime comedy podcast My Favorite Murder has purchased a glorious midcentury modern in the hills of Studio City. Variety reports that podcast maven Karen Kilgariff spent $2.1 million on the home, built in 1951. Situated on a windy cul de sac, the house recently underwent “a full… Keep reading

1960s ‘Home of Tomorrow’ asking $739K in Upland

By Pauline O’Connor In the prosperous, optimistic years following World War II, Americans were presented with a number of different possible models demonstrating what homes would or could look like in the future. For instance, there was the William Krisel-designed “House of Tomorrow” in Palm Springs, the Monsanto House of the Future at Disneyland, and Ronald and Nancy Reagan’s… Keep reading

Revived 1920s Craftsman bungalow asking $928K in Highland Park

By Pauline O’Connor Here’s a feel-good comeback story out of Highland Park. When this California bungalow last appeared on the market back in December, it was looking decidedly worn out, drab, and cheerless, as previous listing photos illustrate. Seven months later, the century-old Craftsman has returned looking like a million bucks—which, coincidentally, is also about… Keep reading

Cozy 1920s cottage in Atwater Village seeks $892K

By Elijah Chiland Located just a few blocks from the Los Angeles River, this charming little Atwater Village cottage has been around since 1923 and packs plenty of charm into its 1,252 square feet of living space. Featuring hardwood floors throughout, the home has wide windows and sliding glass doors that give it a light and… Keep reading

Nifty 1960s post and beam in Altadena asking $1.1M

By Pauline O’Connor Well well well, looks like the housing gods have seen fit to favor us with a time capsule listing, and a very fine one at that. Located at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains in northern Altadena, the well-preserved post-and-beam was designed by USC-trained architects Fred Dinger and Harlan Pedersen in 1962…. Keep reading

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