For Sale in Los Angeles
Noteworthy homes for sale across LA.
Beautiful inside and out.
Awash in rustic charm.
Tons of original 1960s features, including globe lights and formica counters.
Soaring ceilings and lots of natural light.
Other highlights include a magnesite staircase, stenciled ceilings, and a milk-delivery door.
The stone, glass, and copper cliff-climber is a Hollywood Hills homage to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater.
Sweeping views, outdoor spaces, and access to the Strip.
Start a little commune.
Character details include beamed ceilings, peg and groove hardwood floors, an elaborate hand-carved inglenook, and lovely vintage tile.
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It’s got beautiful original details.
Live in a piece of architectural history.
The former home of Disney star Peyton List, it’s been featured in Architectural Digest.
It’s everything you could want in a desert dwelling.
Two river-rock fireplaces and a garage fallout shelter.
The revamped 1920s Mediterranean has been seen in Domino and Vogue.
The architect’s own longtime family residence, it’s a symphony of wood, glass, and stone.
Built by Case Study house designer Craig Ellwood in 1953.
From Beverly Hills to Eagle Rock.
The frozen-in-time residence has a two-story central garden room.
Two bedrooms and a plentiful yard.
Its interior—including an "opium den-inspired" guest suite—is a real visual feast.
Preservationists have begun to strategize about potentially landmarking the house, but Judge’s wife says she hopes they don’t.
Options range from classic 1920s Spanish Colonials to glassy moderns.
On a bucolic acre with picture-postcard ocean views.
Two bedrooms and a fertile front yard.
Beamed ceilings, a magnesite staircase, a bougainvillea-draped dining patio, and a saltwater pool.
Making its debut after an ultra-glam interior revamp courtesy of designer Vanessa Alexander.