1960s A-frame in Mt. Washington with dramatic views asking $1.4M

By Pauline O’Connor When it comes to unconventional architecture, it’s hard to top Mount Washington, where you’ll find geodesic domes, homes made of corrugated metal or Arroyo stones, and a number of A-frames, including this peaked property at 371 Mavis Drive. Built in 1965, the 1,605-feet residence has been recently overhauled by architect Roberto Sheinberg, design director of Lehrer Architects. It… Keep reading

11 Best Los Angeles Realtors to Follow If You Love Beautiful Homes

By Bianca Barragan Los Angeles has a treasure trove of beautiful architecture, and sometimes the people with the best views of these gems are the ones who help buy, sell, and rent them. LA realtors have access to homes many of us will only ever dream of or gawk at from the street. Luckily, some… Keep reading

Here’s what $529K buys around LA

By Jenna Chandler Deep in the San Fernando Valley, this classic California bungalow comes with a spacious backyard fit for outdoor dining and is minutes from hiking trails in Angeles National Forest. The compact home measures 905 square feet and holds two bedrooms and one bathroom. The living room features a brick fireplace and large skylight,… Keep reading

Razor-sharp midcentury modern asks $1.25M in Valley Village

By Pauline O’Connor In a neighborhood dominated by 1920s Spanish bungalows and 1930s traditional ranches, this early midcentury modern in Valley Village really stands out. Located three blocks west of Laurel Canyon Boulevard at 12360 La Maida Street, the redwood-sided residence calls to mind the work of Gregory Ain. In actuality, it was designed and built in 1948… Keep reading

‘Hunger Games’ actress selling tranquil two-bedroom in Mount Washington for $1.1M

by Elijah Chiland Tucked into the hillside on a tree-filled lot in Mount Washington, this cozy little home has a nicely understated appeal. Built in the 1950s, it was scooped up in 2004 by prolific actress Paula Malcomson, who played the mother of Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games series. Now, it’s back on the… Keep reading

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