6 World-Renowned Museums You Can Tour Virtually

If you are stuck working from home like many Americans, you’re probably beginning to feel a little stressed or bored. Whether it is entertaining kids who are home from school, taking care of sick or vulnerable neighbors and friends, or if it’s a pesky roommate, cabin fever can get the best of us. And if… Keep reading

4 Homes You Can Take A 3D Tour Of Now

The past couple of weeks have been a rollercoaster. Between having to change our social habits overnight by practicing social distancing, and the scores of people in self-isolation, it feels as if life has come to a pause. This leaves Realtors® in a difficult place, with local governments putting a cap on gatherings of more… Keep reading

Altadena charmer with Dodgers ties seeks $2.4 million

An Altadena home once owned by former Dodgers reliever Jim Gott is now in play at $2.395 million. Gott, who pitched for the Dodgers for five seasons during his 14-year career, bought the property in 1992 for $590,000, records show. He sold the place in 1998 — three years after his retirement from baseball —… Keep reading

Razor-sharp midcentury modern asks $1.25M in Valley Village

By Pauline O’Connor In a neighborhood dominated by 1920s Spanish bungalows and 1930s traditional ranches, this early midcentury modern in Valley Village really stands out. Located three blocks west of Laurel Canyon Boulevard at 12360 La Maida Street, the redwood-sided residence calls to mind the work of Gregory Ain. In actuality, it was designed and built in 1948… Keep reading

Vintage SoCal: An Early Bloomer in Pasadena’s Poppy Peak District

By Lauren Beale Tucked into the hills of southwest Pasadena is the 45-home Poppy Peak neighborhood, named for its highest point and the flowers that grew wild there. The land was purchased in 1924 by developer William Carr, who mapped out the residential lots and built his own home. The Roaring ‘20s were well underway,… Keep reading

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