A 3 bed, 2 bath treehouse designed by John Lawrence Pugsley built in 1964– one of a number in the neighborhood designed by this prominent Mid-Century architect best known for his modernist houses in nearby Pasadena– at a time when houses were being cantilevered over canyons everywhere.
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This week, we’re highlighting some of Los Angeles’s freshly listed properties and the unique neighborhoods they reside in. Whether you’re looking for an historic Hancock Park estate, a stylish Mid-Century tucked away in the Hollywood Hills, or a modern tree house in Los Feliz Oaks, there is something enchanting about each location. Not to mention… Keep reading →
Welcome to this historic 1889 Altadena treasure that was relocated to its current, sought after location one hundred years later in the 1980s. The four bedroom, three bathroom Victorian Farmhouse has been beautifully redone with exquisite finishes throughout. The house invites you in with a glass-paneled front door, a regal foyer and tall ceilings. The… Keep reading →