5 LA Homes With Amazing Detached Guest Houses Perfect for Holiday Visitors

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By Jessica Estrada

The holiday season brings with it sumptuous feasts, festive fêtes, and of course, lots of holiday guests. Prepare for the days ahead with one of these gorgeous homes that boast not only tons of room for entertaining, but also amazing detached guest houses to accommodate friends and family from out of town. Fair warning: These cozy havens are so luxe your guests may never want to leave.

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1724 N Fairfax 51

Guests of this property’s detached two-story guesthouse have prime access to a heated saltwater pool and lush yard. Inside, they’ll enjoy a cozy upstairs bedroom and a downstairs sitting area complete with a kitchen outfitted with top-notch finishes like a Viking grill, ice maker, and zinc countertops. $5.2 million; contact deasy penner podley listing agent Michele Sanchez, 310-275-1000

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