A Beautifully Renovated, Single-Story Traditional Home Located In Woodlyn Road, Pasadena

Welcome to this beautifully renovated, single-story traditional home that has been redone from top to bottom with only the most desirable amenities. You enter the light-filled home through the central foyer that leads to the inviting living room with a tall, beamed ceiling, a magnificent fireplace and custom built-ins. In addition, there is a spacious… Keep reading

5 Los Angeles Open Houses You Can Tour Virtually

By Pauline O’Connor With “safer-at-home” mandates in effect throughout Los Angeles County, open houses are out, video and 3D virtual tours are in. Come along with us for a virtual stroll through five new listings, including a romantic 1920s Spanish hacienda in Altadena, a handsome shingled Craftsman in Windsor Square, and a quirky Old West-flavored… Keep reading

Sleek mid-century Pasadena home by John F. Galbraith lists for $2.19m

By Claire Carponen Glass walls and a low horizontal roofline make this Los Angeles County midcentury modern home appear both solid and weightless. The hillside California property was designed by local architect John F Galbraith in 1965 and has changed little since then. It lies in the North Kinneloa Ranch neighborhood above Pasadena. A low-rise rectangular volume topped with… Keep reading

$2.2 Million Homes in California, the District of Columbia and New York

By Julie Lasky Pasadena, Calif. | $2.189 Million A midcentury-modern house built in 1956, with three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, two half bathrooms and a swimming pool, on a 0.92-acre lot. John F. Galbraith, an architect who built in and around Pasadena, designed this house for a pharmacist and his family. The property is in… Keep reading

5 Los Angeles open houses you can tour virtually

By Pauline O’Connor 562 Stassi Lane, Santa Monica 90402 Specs: 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms; 5,228 square feet Asking price: $5.5 million Description: Featured in Architectural Digest, this Santa Monica Canyon residence was designed by architect Melinda Gray in 2006. Features include movable walls of glass, hardwood floors, a professional-grade kitchen, a loft/library, a music studio, multiple decks and patios,… Keep reading

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