Adorable 1930s ranch house in Tujunga seeks $798K

By Bianca Barragan This Tujunga house sits at the feet of the Angeles National Forest, and it looks like a pristine house in the woods. Beyond its wide porch, it holds a master bedroom with its original Art Deco bathroom and two additional bedrooms, each one sunny and ample. Dating to the 1930s, the sweet home features vintage interiors,… Keep reading

Pasadena ranch-style house with rustic kitchen fireplace seeks $1.4M

By Bianca Barragan From the street, this house appears to be just another well-maintained ranch-style house in a lovely, hilly corner of Pasadena. But step inside, and you’ll find a bit more than that. The three-bedroom, built in 1949, retains elements that harken to that period: diamond-paned windows, high tongue-and-groove ceilings, wood floors, and a rustic… Keep reading

Altadena’s incredible McNally estate seeks $3.79M

By Bianca Barragan This incredible landmark estate sits on what was once referred to as Altadena’s Millionaire’s Row. Built in the Queen Anne style in 1888, the grand residence was commissioned by Andrew McNally, a founder and vice-president of the Rand-McNally Map Company of Chicago. Designed by Frederick Roehrig, the architect of Pasadena’s Castle Green,… Keep reading

Sensational Palm Springs modern seeking $3.35M

By Elijah Chiland Boy do we wish we had a few million dollars to spend on this beautiful Palm Springs post and beam, designed by modern architect E. Stewart Williams. Known for his glassy bank buildings—and for Frank Sinatra’s ultra-cool Movie Colony home in Palm Springs—Williams rarely accepted commissions for private residences. To read the full article visit their website here. 

1928 Spanish-style house replete with original details seeks $2.2M

By Bianca Barragan This sweeping three-bedroom, Spanish-style estate in Los Feliz sits at the base of Griffith Park. Arched doorways and coved ceilings run throughout the residence, which features original details, including tile floors and a staircase with an intricate railing, but has been updated and looks very contemporary. To read the full article visit their website here. 

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