5 Homes You Can Virtually Tour Now

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Stunning mountain views and a custom floor-to-ceiling wine cabinet? Have a virtual look for yourself at this newly listed contemporary home in La Cañada Flintridge. Then take a virtual leap over to trendy West Hollywood where you can explore a lovingly maintained Spanish style bungalow.

La Cañada Flintridge | Contemporary Cape Cod

217 Lamour Drive | $2,140,000

Impeccably designed and built by Jae Lee Construction Service, Inc., with the finest attention to detail, this four bedroom, five bathroom home boasts ten foot high ceilings with an open floor plan, custom cabinetry and custom doors opening out to the backyard with a mountain view. A floor-to-ceiling wine cabinet and modern brass trimmed fireplace are focal points at each end of the great room including a kitchen with custom polished stainless hood, marble counters and JennAir appliance suite.

West Hollywood | Norma Triangle Spanish Bungalow

9031 Lloyd Place | $1,589,000

Explore this bright three bedroom, two bath Spanish bungalow in the desirable Norma Triangle neighborhood of West Hollywood, close to Sunset Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard shops and restaurants. The property has been nicely maintained, with updated kitchen and baths. Interior includes: open living/dining/kitchen great room, office nook, large convertible den, guest bedroom and bath, master bedroom and bath, and laundry closet.

Pasadena | Kinneloa Canyon Ranch

1885 Kinneloa Canyon Road | $1,649,000

Nestled at the base of historic Kinneloa Canyon in the shadow of the San Gabriel Mountains, this spacious and extensively remodeled single-story, four bedroom, three bathroom estate is the perfect complement to the California lifestyle. The generous sized rooms are airy and bright with newer double-pane windows and doors, hardwood flooring and two fireplaces. The kitchen, sunny breakfast nook and family room all look out onto the inviting patio.

Pasadena | Gracious One-Level With City And Mountain Views

416 Gordon Terrace, #3 | $1,339,000

This beautifully maintained condominium, located just off South Orange Grove Boulevard on a quiet drive, was extensively refurbished in 2015 and offers exposed hardwood floors, art lighting, plantation shutters, and newer appliances, air and heating systems. North views of the mountains are enjoyed from the two guest bedrooms and sweeping north and east views of the San Gabriel Valley are enjoyed from the Living Room and Den/Office.

Glassell Park | Updated Artist’s Residence

3318 Marguerite Street | $788,000

Nestled in the center of the trendy NELA neighborhood of Glassell Park, tucked between Atwater Village and Highland Park, sits this eclectic and roomy updated two-story artist’s dwelling. Entertain in the bright and open living and dining rooms while preparing meals in the sun-soaked chef’s kitchen, complete with a free-standing gas range with an additional built-in electric oven and microwave.

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