For sale: 6 Houses with Tropical Landscaping

By Loren Talbot

Los Angeles. At the end of a cul-de-sac in the Studio City neighborhood, this three-bedroom house was built in 1964. The contemporary home has an open floor plan, glass walls, and a remodeled master bedroom that includes a high ceiling with skylights and an attached outdoor deck.

The property boasts a lush rear garden, privacy fencing, and a large brick patio entrance with a fountain. $1,495,000.

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