5 Los Angeles Open Houses You Can Tour Virtually

By Pauline O’Connor

With “safer-at-home” mandates in effect throughout Los Angeles County, open houses are out, video and 3D virtual tours are in. Come along with us for a virtual stroll through five new listings, including a romantic 1920s Spanish hacienda in Altadena, a handsome shingled Craftsman in Windsor Square, and a quirky Old West-flavored ranch in Shadow Hills.

1790 Braeburn Road, Altadena 91001
Specs: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms; 1,773 square feet
Asking price: $1.179 million
Description: Sited on a 10,852-square-foot lot near the Altadena Town and Country Club, this 1924 Spanish hacienda’s character details include hardwood floors, exposed ceiling beams, arched doors, iron light fixtures, and painted tile. Updates include a modern kitchen and baths, newer copper plumbing, a tankless water heater, and solar panels. The landscaped grounds feature a tiled fountain, native plants and wildflowers, and “several varieties of citrus trees.”
Listing agents: Michael Darling and Sandi Rozman, Deasy Penner Podley
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