Homes for Sale in the San Gabriel Valley Under $1.5 Million

Experience some of the most diverse architectural styles in Southern California for under $1.5 million. This week we have curated a list of our most recent listings in the San Gabriel Valley, an idyllic location where mountains and palm trees beautifully crop quiet neighborhoods. Our featured homes can be found in Pasadena, South Pasadena, Altadena,… Keep reading

What You Get | $1.5 Million Homes in Minnesota, Virginia and California

By Julie Lasky Los Angeles | $1.475 Million A 1908 Craftsman-style house with five bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, on a 0.23-acre lot Frank M. Tyler, the architect of this house, designed a number of buildings in Harvard Heights, the historic neighborhood in central Los Angeles where he lived and where this property… Keep reading

Herbert Hoover Jr., the Son of a U.S. President, Lived in This California Estate in the 1930s and ’40s

By Bill Cary This hacienda-style estate was owned in the 1930s and ’40s by Herbert Hoover Jr., the eldest son of the 31st U.S. president. “President and Mrs. Hoover came and visited many times and it was known as the Winter White House,” said listing agent Katherine Orth, of Deasy Penner Podley. “There were many parties… Keep reading

In Los Angeles, a Streamline Moderne With a Modernist Addition Asks $2M

By Jen Woo  Actor Judd Nelson, perhaps best known for his role in The Breakfast Club as bad boy John Bender, is rumored to have once occupied this L.A. residence. But what makes the home truly unique is that it was designed by renowned Southern California architect William Kesling right after he founded his own… Keep reading

A Magnetic L.A. Midcentury Arrives on the Market for the First Time Ever at $1.95M

Designed in 1952 by Douglas A. Brown for Gary and Enid Freund, a film editor and travel agent, respectively, this West Hollywood home was governed by Enid’s discerning eye and taste. Here, the couple raised three children, the cheerful and lively home growing and evolving with them through the years. Enid describes them as “an… Keep reading