For Sale in Los Angeles
Noteworthy homes for sale across LA.
A bay window, a bright and modern kitchen, and plenty of outdoor space.
It comes with a delightful surprise.
Whitewash not included.
The 1930s Spanish hacienda in Coldwater Canyon has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and lavish period details.
Subway tile, quartz counters, and a redone bathroom.
Built in 1958, it’s got vintage wood paneling and an updated kitchen.
Built for silent film star Lloyd Hamilton, it sits on a rambling, .39-acre lot.
Built in 1924 but looking very 2019.
The estate comes with 225 feet of unobstructed ocean frontage and a private stairway to the beach.
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Plus, original hardwood floors and a groovy fireplace.
Walking distance to the cafes, bars, and restaurants on Figueroa Street.
Built for the family of Chinatown founder Peter Soo Hoo, it’s on the market for the first time ever.
The magazine-worthy unit features 13-foot ceilings, polished concrete floors, and designer finishes.
"It’s all about the outdoor spaces."
The one-bedroom residence comes with a detached guest house.
The five-bedroom mansion is located at the highest point in gated Laughlin Park.
It has Griffith Park views, a sumptuous wood-paneled den, and glass blocks.
With some TLC, it could really blossom.
Built in 1957, it was originally designed by architect Calvin Straub.
Prices for the one-bedroom units in the Tenancy in Common complex start at $549,000.
The 1930s traditional, which the star shared with fellow actors Burgess Meredith and Johnny Swope, is probably not long for this world.
The hillside home has an abundance of lovely period features, from peg-and-groove mahogany floors to built-in bookcases.
The three-bedroom home features an indoor/outdoor koi pond, mahogany paneled walls, built-in furniture, and a solar-heated swimming pool.
The airy unit has an updated kitchen and classic bathroom tile.
Three years ago, this house needed a hero. Now it’s back—and shining bright.