6 unique modern homes

By Loren Talbot Santa Monica, California. This sculptural steel, glass, and concrete home was built in 2008. The four-bedroom house features exposed metal beams, glass doors framed in mahogany, walnut floors, and Venetian plaster walls; a steel-framed glass bridge connects the front and back. The Santa Monica Canyon lot includes native landscaping and a pool bordered by tall… Keep reading

6 open houses to check out around LA this weekend

By Pauline O’Connor Where: 2550 Aberdeen Avenue, LA 90027 When: 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, January 26 Specs: 5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms; 6,436 square feet Selling points: Built in 1921 by architect Henry Mather Greene for car dealer/broadcasting tycoon Earle C. Anthony’s mother-in-law, this Los Feliz Spanish Colonial Revival has recently undergone a thorough modernization…. Keep reading

Dashing 1920s Spanish-style in historic Pasadena district seeks $1.65M

By Bianca Barragan This dashing Spanish Colonial Revival dates back to 1929 and was “one of the first houses” in what has become the historic district of Poppy Peak in Pasadena, according to the listing. The two-story house is fronted by a private, gated garden with an outdoor fireplace. Inside, the dwelling holds four bedrooms and three and… Keep reading

13 cute starter homes for sale in LA

By Jenna Chandler Los Angeles is growing increasingly unaffordable for homebuyers—especially first-time homebuyers—but unlike some other major U.S. cities (ahem, New York and San Francisco), it’s still possible to find a starter home that’s detached and comes with a front and back yards. Multifamily options abound, too, including charming units in walkable, transit-accessible neighborhoods. Here are 13 great starter homes in and… Keep reading

Light-filled post and beam asks $2.3M in South Pasadena

By Elijah Chiland This unconventional post-and-beam residence in South Pasadena is fresh off of a thorough renovation and looking for its third-ever owner. The house was built in 1967 by exacting architect James Allen Walter, who experimented with a host of offbeat design techniques in the 32 homes he designed in California. This one has a U-shaped floor… Keep reading

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