How This 1930s Art Deco Compound Broke View Park’s Highest Sale Record

When the owner of 3644 Fairway Boulevard first started meeting with agents about selling his 1930s Art Deco Compound, they were told it was simply too old looking to sell for anything over $1.6 million. Though, after working with DPP partner Ben Kahle, it sold after just 8 days on the market for $1,775,000. A… Keep reading

Neutra-Designed Midcentury Modern Home on the Market

By Adrienne Gaffney In 1957, renowned architect Richard Neutra built a hillside home in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., for John Rados, a fellow Austrian immigrant, and his wife. ‘They wanted a very clean, simple house. Simple in that it was very smooth lines and stuff like that,’ says their grandson, Bob Rados, Jr. His grandfather… Keep reading

Welcoming Spanish bungalow asks $669K in Pasadena

By Elijah Chiland  Up in northern Pasadena, close to the Altadena border, you’ll find this homey Spanish bungalow, built in 1925. The house sits on a tree-lined residential street in the shadow of the San Gabriel Mountains, with a grassy lawn and a covered front porch alongside the entrance. Inside are original wood floors, French doors, casement… Keep reading

1930s Spanish-style with Art Deco flair asking $1.75M in View Park

By Pauline O’Connor You’ll find this head-turner within the historic enclave of View Park. Built in 1930, the Spanish-style residence was originally a two-bedroom, two-bath measuring approximately 2,700 square feet; however, per its listing, the home has been reworked and expanded by its current owner and now contains four bedrooms and three baths within 3,551 square feet…. Keep reading

Preservation Personals: A Modernist Castle Above Los Angeles

By Emma Sarappo If you’re searching for an older home with plenty of history, I might not initially stand out. After all, I was built in 1957, which is quite young in a dense field of 18th- and 19th-century architecture. But when you step back and take a real look at me, my clean lines and… Keep reading