7 Homes You Can Virtually Tour Now

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Virtually explore a stunning Spanish Revival estate in coveted Los Feliz. Then take a tour of another Spanish style stunner in Altadena located blocks from the Altadena golf course, hiking trails and Altadena Town and Country Club. There’s all that and more ready for you to tour!

Los Feliz | Spanish Revival Estate, 1930

2221 North Catalina Street | $3,695,000

Elegant yet warm Spanish Revival in prime Los Feliz, north of the boulevard. Sited on a deep flat lot, complete privacy is assured with mature hedging on all four sides. Gated entry leads to a porte-cochère and three-car garage, currently used as a gym and studio. A wrought iron trellis tunnel covered in Bougainvillea leads to the one-of-a-kind main entrance door sculpted of iron and glass. Embassy-sized foyer with a coffered ceiling, tile flooring, and statement curved staircase with fine railing details. A barrel vault ceiling adorns a generous living room. Formal dining room easily seats ten, with a separate breakfast room and period built-ins.

Altadena | Spanish Colonial Revival

1691 Meadowbrook Road | $1,549,000

Designed in 1932 by architect Herbert R. Brewster and situated on a large elevated corner lot, this architecturally significant Spanish Colonial Revival home exudes quality, charm and character. Located blocks from the Altadena golf course, hiking trails and Altadena Town and Country Club, this home boasts many original features such as hardwood floors, custom tile work and chandeliers, yet also has been thoughtfully and tastefully updated. As you approach the front veranda, notice the built-in shelves either side of the stately front door. Enter through the spacious tiled foyer to find a grand living room with a wood-burning fireplace, cathedral beamed ceiling, hardwood floors, and French doors leading to a secluded patio with mountain views.

Altadena | 1927 Tudor Revival Cottage

545 East Mariposa Street | $1,150,000

First time on the market in over 30 years, this two-story, Tudor Revival Cottage is located on what once was called Millionaire’s Row. The unincorporated city of Altadena is rich with famous architecturally designed homes to include The Zane Grey Mansion, The McNally Home and the Woodbury Home, just to name a few. With an open and airy floor plan, this home embraces over 3,000 square feet of living space with arched doorways, nine foor ceilings and a fabulous wood/wrought iron staircase.

Sherman Oaks | 1941 Traditional

5712 Vista Del Monte | $879,000

Welcome to your picture-perfect Traditional-style home in the highly coveted Sherman Oaks neighborhood. This home is located in the prestigious, award-winning Kester Elementary school district. As you drive up, this charming home welcomes you with an inviting porch, beautiful white roses, a mature blood-orange tree, newly added split-rail fence, landscaped front yard, and freshly painted exterior in mist blue. Enter the home and you will be greeted by a newly painted interior, bright hardwood floors, detailed crown moldings, and original door knobs. The living room boasts a large lattice window, filling the room with natural light.

La Verne | Updated Cul-de-sac Home

5136 Via Del Valle Street | $825,000

Nestled in the hills of Marshall Canyon in La Verne, this pristine four bedroom four bath home is a must see. Great location, great schools and great area! This nicely laid out floor plan includes a downstairs bedroom with its own bath…the perfect en suite. Plus there are three more bedrooms, two baths and spacious loft upstairs. The bright and cheery living area downstairs features a welcoming family room (with gas fireplace, pine wainscoting that matches the mantle and built in wet bar with storage), a large living room opening to the formal dining room and kitchen with breakfast bar and another dining area.

Glendora | Upgraded Pool Home

123 South Lone Hill Avenue | $699,900

This beautifully upgraded single-story, pool home is ready for you to move in. Features three bedrooms, two baths, and spacious living areas with laminate flooring. The dine-in kitchen has plenty of cabinets and granite counter space, with stainless steel appliances. The master bedroom features a beautifully upgraded bathroom and two closets. The spacious living room with a fireplace opens to the lovely back yard with a covered patio, offers plenty of grassy areas and hardscaped space for entertaining.

Glendora | 1961 Ranch on a Large Lot

409 East Juanita Avenue | $699,900

This cozy single story home offers the coveted opportunity to live in Glendora. Situated on an expansive lot, there is plenty of room to stretch out. From the moment you arrive at the property, the curb appeal captures you, and the oversized driveway with gate offers ease of access and plenty of parking. The brick detail carried throughout the home, from the front steps to the interior entry, provides a sense of warmth. This three bedroom two bathroom maximizes the 1,327 square foot floor plan with a functional layout, including a primary bedroom with ensuite bathroom. In the common spaces, you find a living room and freshly painted eat-in kitchen.

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