1922 Italian Revival with Guest House

One of the crown jewels of Altadena, this magnificent 1922 Italian Revival, attributed to J. W. Woodworth & Son, with Kenneth Gordon acting as the Architect, is sited on over one-half acre on the famed Christmas Tree Lane. It exemplifies old-world craftsmanship as well as the elegance and opulence of the Golden Age of architecture…. Keep reading

Early-’80s Kit House in Pasadena Pays Homage to 16th Century Japan

by Pauline O’Connor Although this home in Pasadena’s Poppy Peak district was constructed from a kit, no one would ever call it “cookie-cutter.” Erected in 1981, the three-bedroom residence is one of just a handful in Southern California made to order by a design/build firm founded in the 1970s by Gordon Steen. A native Angeleno,… Keep reading

This Restored 1920s L.A. Home Is Packed With Delightful Nooks & Crannies

by Dwell Staff   Seeking $1.5M, the Spanish colonial–style property is decked out with stained glass, curved archways, and ceiling frescoes.   Location: 4310 7th Avenue, Los Angeles, California Price: $1,495,000 Year Built: 1929 Footprint: 2,243 square feet (four bedrooms, three bath) Lot Size: 0.1 acres To read the full article visit their website here

In Northridge, an Edward Fickett-Designed Mid-Century Ranch Home Is Up for Grabs

by Wendy Bowman Though he passed away over two decades ago, modernist architect Edward Fickett left a vaunted legacy that lives on in and around Los Angeles — not only in iconic structures like Sunset Boulevard’s Tower Records, but also the numerous residences he designed that stretch from Hollywood Hills to the San Fernando Valley;… Keep reading

Q3 2022 Market Report

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