Curbed Comparisons: What $950K buys all around LA

By Elijah Chiland

This Highland Park home was built in 1961 and is now flipping back to market after a quick update. The three-bedroom, 2.5-bath house has 1,722 square feet of living space, with hardwood floors, glass sliding doors, and an impressive stone fireplace in the living room. The kitchen has been stylishly redone with walnut-stained cabinetry and new appliances. Sitting on a 6,201-square-foot lot with an outdoor patio, the residence is asking $958,000.

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Quaint cabin on a Silver Lake walk street asking $639K

By Pauline O’Connor

In his guidebook Secret Stairs, author Charles Fleming notes that Silver Lake’s Loma Vista stairway “might be the most delightful in the city.” And that’s where you’ll find this charming one-bedroom cabin, now up for grabs for the first time in a decade.

Built in 1915, the shingled cottage was one of three on the block designed by prolific local architect R. C. Ferguson.

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1960s ranch in Highland Park’s Arroyo View Estates asking $958K

By Pauline O’Connor

When last seen on the market in May, this 1960s ranch in Highland Park was in a bit of a sad state, as its previous listing photos illustrate. Six months later, its frown has been turned upside down.

Located in the midcentury enclave of Arroyo View Estates, just east of Garvanza, the three-bedroom home has been overhauled dramatically, but not drastically. Original character features—such as the entry foyer’s terrazzo tile, the living room’s stone fireplace and wood paneling, the kitchen cabinetry, the house intercom/radio system, and rock waterfall fountain—have been retained and restored.

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Rustic midcentury modern evokes a treehouse in Franklin Hills

By Lauren Beale

A dramatic great room with an asymmetrical wood-and-truss ceiling is at the heart of this remodeled midcentury modern in the Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Feliz. Angled windows provide treehouse-like views; wooden accents give the rustic interiors the feel of a vintage yacht.

The detached studio resembles a cube made of steel, wood and glass. Views from the hillside lot take in the Griffith Observatory, sunrises and the surrounding greenery.

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TV producer Blake Masters seeks $2.2 million for his 1920s Spanish home

By Jack Flemming

Writer and producer Blake Masters, whose credits include the movie “2 Guns” and the Showtime series “Brotherhood,” has offered up his home in Hollywood Hills, listing the 1920s Spanish-style dwelling for $2.195 million.

With canyon views on one side and city views on the other, the 3,015-square-foot property features balconies on three different levels to take in the scenery, the largest of which includes multiple sitting areas and a built-in grill.

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