Justina Blakeney of The Jungalow

Justina Blakeney, founder of The Jungalow Justina Blakeney is the founder of the cult favorite interior design and lifestyle blog, The Jungalow. Justina is credited with pioneering the “boho” aesthetic in her hugely influential work. Born in Berkeley, California, Justina claims her multi-cultural background as inspiration in her eclectic works along with the laidback California… Keep reading

$2.3 Million Homes in California, North Carolina and Massachusetts

By Julie Lasky James Allen Walter, a California architect, designed this house for Geoffrey and Doreen Siodmak, a couple who moved in when South Pasadena was “just goats grazing and some avocado trees growing,” as Ms. Siodmak later described it to a historian. The home is being sold by its second owners, following a respectful… Keep reading

What You Get for $1.1 Million

A 1962 architect-designed house with three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. Charles Wong, an architect who trained at the University of Southern California, designed this Japanese-inflected glass-and-timber home for a Los Angeles dentist named George Yuen and his wife. It sits on a bluff overlooking the Rueben Ingold Parkway, a recreational area in… Keep reading

$1.7 Million Homes in Massachusetts, California and Maine

  By Tim McKeough Calabasas, Calif. WHAT A 1966 house with three bedrooms and two bathrooms HOW MUCH $1.695 million SIZE 1,876 square feet PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $904 SETTING This house is in Monte Nido, a community of a few hundred houses in the hills above Malibu. Saddle Peak Lodge restaurant is a short walk away, and Malibu Creek State… Keep reading

$700,000 Homes in California, Tennessee and Vermont

By Mike Powell WHAT A midcentury A-frame with three bedrooms and three bathrooms HOW MUCH $699,000 SIZE 1,701 square feet PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $411 SETTING This house is on a winding road in Eagle Rock, a neighborhood in northeast Los Angeles, between Pasadena and Glendale, known in part as the home of Occidental College…. Keep reading