Light-filled Koreatown condo with two bedrooms asks $699K

By Elijah Chiland This airy two-bedroom condo is situated in Koreatown’s elegant Miramonte Terrace. Now seems to be the time to buy in the building—we spotted another unit in this week’s Curbed Comparisons. Built in 1922, the Italianate complex is positioned around a central courtyard with vintage light posts and neatly trimmed hedges that frame a… Keep reading

Chipper ’60S Ranch in Highland Park’s Arroyo View Estates Asking $1.16M

By Pauline O’Connor This three-bedroom, two-bath ranch is located just off of Easy Street in Arroyo View Estates, the charming midcentury tract of about 200 homes on the eastern outskirts of Highland Park. When it last appeared on the market in July 2017, the 1,750-square-foot residence was a real sore for sighted eyes, sporting an… Keep reading

1936 William Kesling Streamline Moderne asking $1.25M in the Cahuenga Pass

By Pauline O’Connor Located in the Cahuenga Pass not far from Universal Studios, this jaunty 1936 residence is believed to be the work of Streamline Moderne master William Kesling. Closely resembling Kesling’s Adams House in Silver Lake, the three-bedroom home sports many original elements, such as horizontal steel casement windows, portholes, fluted glass, curved walls, three-quarter sawn oak floors, and… Keep reading

Immaculate A. Quincy Jones midcentury in Crestwood Hills asks $2.8M

By Bianca Barragan In Brentwood’s midcentury modern enclave Crestwood Hills, this three-bedroom house designed by A. Quincy Jones awaits its next owner. Built in 1950, the post and beam house has tongue-and-groove ceilings, clerestory windows, walls of glass, concrete floors, and it makes use of a variety of woods including redwood, cork, and Douglas fir. The… Keep reading

1920s Italianate-style mansion in Pasadena by Johnson, Kaufmann & Coate asks $3.6M

By Pauline O’Connor When it comes to outstanding period-revival architecture, Pasadena really is the golden goose that keeps on giving. Here to illustrate that point is this elegant Italian Renaissance Revival whipped up in 1924 by the dream-team firm of Reginald D. Johnson, Gordon Kaufmann, and Roland Coate. Commissioned by the wealthy widow of Los Angeles developer… Keep reading

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