6 Charming Homes Built in the 1930s

By The Week Staff Pasadena, California. This 1932 four-bedroom cottage was just remodeled this year. Features include hardwood floors and trim; a living room with fireplace and exposed-beam barrel ceiling; a main bedroom with a custom door and stained-glass casement window, and a gourmet kitchen with soapstone counters. French doors open to a backyard with… Keep reading

Actress Geena Davis bags $5.6 million for Pacific Palisades retreat

By Jack Flemming Actress Geena Davis — a Hollywood mainstay since the ‘80s who won an Oscar for “The Accidental Tourist” — just sold her Pacific Palisades home for $5.63 million. The sale caps a 13-year stay for Davis, who paid $4.2 million for the property in 2007, records show. Tucked in a cul-de-sac in… Keep reading

A Beautiful Mid-century Home Located on a Secluded Cul-de-sac in Altadena

Enjoy mid-century vibes on a secluded cul-de-sac at this residence featuring an oversized swimmer’s pool, vegetable garden and citrus trees. The light-filled open floor plan offers a living/dining room with mountain views. A fully equipped chef’s kitchen includes a vegetable sink and stainless appliances. A generous master suite with open walk-in closet and serene master… Keep reading

A Beautiful 1955 Traditional/Remodeled 2020 Home Located on Green Lane, La Cañada

On a prime location in desirable La Cañada Flintridge, 2020 remodeled gated home that features four bedrooms, five baths, guest house and a sparkling pool exhibits luxury and serenity creating an enchanting retreat away from the city. Approximately 3,605 square feet of the living space sits on a large lot of approximately 15,447 square feet…. Keep reading

A Beautiful Mid-Century Home Located on Estrellita Avenue, Glendora

The William Raymond Residence, 1961. Mid-Century houses designed by USC graduates of its famous postwar School of Architecture share certain unmistakable qualities. Logical floor plans whose glass walls provide an easy intimacy to landscape designed as outdoor rooms. These homes were of solid construction with a simple palette of materials and no gratuitous fussiness. A… Keep reading

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