Home Of The Week: A Beautiful 1931 Monterey Colonial Revival Located In Altadena

This 1931 Monterey Colonial Revival is an architectural treasure believed to have been designed by local architects Gentry & Son. The stately home captures the charm and romance of a bygone era, along with updated amenities. Set back from the street for ultimate privacy, the home offers a view of the Altadena Golf course as… Keep reading

The Deutsch House by John Lautner

This two-level mid-century modern in the Hollywood Hills features extraordinary views of the mountains, the Hollywood sign and city lights. Designed early in Lautner’s career, the house displays the innovation, use of natural materials, and indoor-outdoor living he is known for: An open floor plan; tall ceilings; exposed wood rafters; floor-to-ceiling glass walls; teak paneling,… Keep reading

A Newly Constructed California Modern Home Located on Round Top Drive, Los Angeles

This newly constructed California Modern home offers high-end construction and quality materials and is nicely situated on a lot with 270-degree views. Upon entering the home, you will immediately notice the open floorplan. You are greeted with the formal living room with large black framed windows, built-in bookshelves and a bioethanol fireplace. The floorplan flows… Keep reading

David Wallace’s Polished Mansion From “The Office” Spurs a $6M Bidding War

Calling all fans of The Office: The opulent estate that appeared on NBC’s beloved series as the residence of David Wallace, played by actor Andy Buckley, is now up for grabs. Due to its immense popularity, however, the distinguished six-bedroom, six-bathroom home in Pasadena, California, will cost the lucky buyer much more than its original… Keep reading

Sam Maloof contributed woodwork to this $5 million Pasadena neo-Craftsman

A neo-Craftsman-style house that master woodworker Sam Maloof contributed beam work, fireplace mantels and window casings has hit the market in Pasadena. The asking price is $4.995 million. Dubbed the “Landmark House,” it was designed by Arts and Crafts revivalist Lee Hershberger for noted engineering firm owner Joseph J. Jacobs to fit in with the surrounding Craftsman… Keep reading

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