5 Homes You Can Virtually Tour Now

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Do you dream of living in a stately 1920s Spanish style abode? We have the perfect home for you to explore virtually – complete with high ceilings and original tile. Or perhaps you’re searching for the perfect view? Take a virtual tour of a Sylmar canyon home with views of the mountains.

Hollywood | 1920s Spanish Retreat with Guest House

1818 Outpost Drive | $3,400,000

Welcome to this walled, gated and private artist’s retreat with guest house. This romantic, character filled 1920s Spanish evokes old Hollywood glamour. Features original details and upgrades to systems. High ceilings and large windows allow this traditional floor plan to feel bright, open and grand. Four bedrooms and four and a half baths in the main house, including a spacious primary suite. Chef’s kitchen with high end appliances and elegant formal dining room. Notice the beautiful hardwood floors and original tile throughout.

Claremont | 1962 Ranch

3839 Requa Avenue | $738,000

Offering perfect curb appeal, this sophisticated home is instantly inviting. Entering through the romantic double doors, guests are greeted with a spacious living room where a striking fireplace sets the stage. Abundant sunlight and a great location are among the highlights of this modern home. Features include three bedrooms, two well-appointed baths, gourmet kitchen, dual pane windows, central air/heat, hardwood flooring and two-car garage with direct access.

Sylmar | Canyon View Home

13707 Marchant Avenue | $624,999

Welcome home to this well-maintained Sylmar canyon home offering wonderful mountain views. This home offers nice curb appeal and exudes pride of ownership. Recent improvements include newer roof, newer air and heating system with NEST thermostat, recent attic insulation and wood-look vinyl floors throughout. The living room has a brick fireplace and sliding glass door leading to an outdoor patio area. Adjacent and centered by the kitchen is a nice size dining area ideal for gatherings. The kitchen is bright and cheerful and allows for direct access to the 2-car garage where the laundry area is also found.

Irvine | 1983 Townhome

14 Lanciano | $775,000

This truly is a wonderful place you can call home. When you enter in from the front door, you will immediately feel the open space from the high ceilings, natural light, wood floors, and fireplace that lends as a wonderful accent. The living room is a space to spend holidays and make warm memories. Pass through the living room through the kitchen, and formal dining room with recessed lighting and access the spacious patio for barbecues and gatherings with direct access to the two-car garage.

Sierra Madre | 1922 Bungalow

261 North Lima Street | $839,000

Beguiling two bedroom 936 sq. ft. bungalow with equally irresistible 368 sq. ft. one bedroom separate studio. The main house, warm and inviting, offers a flexible floor plan consisting of two bedrooms, small reading room, and full bath. The expansive remodeled kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counters opens to the dining area or small family room with double wood and glass French doors opening on to the artfully and professionally redesigned backyard with two patios, lush greenery and a zen like feel.

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