House hunting: 6 Spanish-style homes in California

blog_press_07_25_15By Lauren Talbot 

Pasadena. This three-bedroom home in the San Rafael area features Spanish accents. The interior includes wood-beamed ceilings in the living room and handmade tiles in the kitchen.

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136 Glen Summer-1 Outside, there’s a courtyard with a hand-painted tile fountain and a private balcony off the master suite. $1,649,000.01

Los Angeles. Set in the Hollywood Hills, this two-bedroom casita was built in 1922. Spanish-style interior features include a Batchelder-tiled fireplace, arched doorways, and ebony-stained hardwood floors.04 A rustic-modern, wood-paneled sundeck with red trim affords canyon views. $849,000.

 

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