Los Angeles Open Houses
Built in 1959 and featuring views across the LA River.
Features include steel casement windows, beamed ceilings, a sizable lot, and stupendous views.
The two-bedroom home has hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, a formal dining room, and a fireplace.
It’s got walls of glass and clerestory windows to complement hardwood floors and lofty beamed ceilings.
Looking for its first new owner since the ’70s, the post and beam has walls of glass and a double-height living room.
The four-bedroom residence is one of four houses in a row designed by modern architect Stephen Alan Siskind.
The stately five-bedroom home has lots of original features, to go along with a renovated kitchen and new wooden decks.
Nicely updated over the years, the roomy home has original hardwood floors and a newer office with stained glass windows.
The handsome residence has received a few updates over the years, but retains plenty of original details.
Built in 1958, the striking modern residence has vaulted ceilings, skylights, and walls of glass.
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Built in 1931, the two-bedroom residence has hardwood floors, decorative tile, and a built-in breakfast bench.
The 1920s home sits on park-like grounds and boasts plenty of original details. Asking price is $2 million.
Built in 1950, the home features many recent upgrades, but retains an open interior with walls of glass.
Built in 1961, the glassy residence was designed by architect Dick E. Lowry and sits on a woodsy lot with plenty of outdoor space.
Built in 1927, the home has charming original features on the interior and a covered deck and an outdoor bar in the back.
Built in the 1920s, the recently updated home offers great views and plenty of outdoor space.
Designed by influential architect and furniture designer Kem Weber, the three-bedroom home was built in 1936.
Located in the Gallery Lofts building, the roomy unit has polished concrete floors, a wall of windows, and a lofted bedroom and office space.
Features of this 1951 residence include beamed ceilings, wood-paneled walls, and a tall brick fireplace in the open living room.
Built in 1932, the two-bedroom home features hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, arched entryways, and built-in shelving.
Built in 1923, the two-bedroom home has been recently updated and offers a pleasant backyard with gardens and plenty of patio space.
The unique home is immaculately preserved. It includes a vintage kitchen, built-in shelving, and an impressive brick fireplace.
Throwback features include hardwood floors, crown moldings, ornate windows, a decorative fireplace, and period light fixtures.
Period details like a Batchelder fireplace, arched windows, and hardwood floors help give this two-bedroom residence plenty of old-timey charm.
Built in 1922, the little house has hardwood floors and a rustic stone fireplace, along with a rooftop deck and balcony.
Designed in 1898 by the brothers James and Merritt Reid, the building’s historic status makes the unit eligible for some nice Mills Act tax breaks.
The structure was converted into a single-family home by owner Charles Norberg, a Swedish immigrant who worked in the office of G. Lawrence Simpson, designer and builder of Wrigley Mansion and numerous other Pasadena-area landmarks.
This three-bedroom has a sun room and a "Craftsman-inspired vintage kitchen," plus hardwood floors, crown molding, a brick fireplace, built-in bookcases, and glass door knobs.
One of only nine residences designed by architect W. Earl Wear, this hillside home has been restored to pristine condition. It features built-in furniture, two fireplaces, walls of glass, a wrap-around deck, and glorious views. Asking price is $888K.
Located just inside the Fern Dell entrance of Griffith Park, this three-story Mediterranean Revival is no shrinking violet. Its eye-catching features include painted tile and columns, detailed woodwork, carved archways, and imposing fireplaces.
Built in 1912, the four-bedroom home was recently made over by a team of HGTV designers. Along with a new kitchen and baths, it features hardwood floors, pocket doors, and built-ins galore.