Centrally located between Pasadena and Arcadia, three-square-mile Sierra Madre is home to serene neighborhoods, lots of green space, and a quaint downtown shopping district. Its annual Wistaria Festival attracts thousands each year to see a 115-year-old purple Chinese wisteria vine, named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest blooming plant and one of the seven horticultural wonders of the world. The photogenic town, which has no traffic signals, appears in films such as Twin Peaks, Ed Wood, and Ocean’s 8. Pioneer Cemetery (1884), Ascension Church (1888), and Greene & Greene’s Jennie Reeve House (1906) house are just a few of the many architectural gems in the area. Lizzie's Trail Inn and Richardson House, both built in the 1890s, serve as public museums.
Leases in Los Angeles and Southern California come and go so fast that it’s almost impossible to keep track of them. And it’s only every once in a blue moon that we see an architectural or unique home come onto the market as a rental. Here we have four fabulous homes offered for lease; two... Keep reading →
Are you dreaming of a modern retreat in coveted Santa Monica? Or perhaps you’re house hunting over on the Eastside. In that case, we have some potential dream homes for you to explore. There’s a little something for everyone – and all available to tour virtually. Matterport by Ambient Light Studios | Represented by Frank... Keep reading →
No matter your budget or style, the San Gabriel Valley offers something for every single lifestyle and life goal. Whether you are looking for a turnkey bungalow to immediately call home or if a home that needs a little TLC and DIY is more your speed, we have something for you.
Another weekend stuck at home? No problem, we’ve got you covered. Take a virtual tour of the city – from charming Sierra Madre to bohemian Laurel Canyon. These stylish homes possess major vintage appeal with their unique original details. Sierra Madre | Renovated Craftsman Bungalow 625 East Grandview Avenue | $777,000 This updated Craftsman-style bungalow... Keep reading →
By Bianca Barragan Way up in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, this Sierra Madre cottage is close to hiking trails and far from the action and crowds of city life. The 960-square-foot house in Little Santa Anita Canyon was built in 1949. It features “Swiss chalet”-style details, like the high pitched ceilings, the exposed ceiling... Keep reading →