Glendale Historical Society Restoration Expo 2019

Calling all owners of vintage properties! Do you live in a quintessential California Ranch? What about a cozy craftsman? Does your home need a little TLC to bring it back to its original charm and character? Look no further than the Glendale Historical Society’s 2019 Restoration Expo! Join Deasy Penner Podley this Saturday, May 11th… Keep reading

Home of the Week: Modern Torrance home finds balance between light and dark

By Neal J. Leitereg This minimalist-modern home in Torrance strikes a balance between monochromatic hues with a completely white interior tucked within a shell of dark corrugated cement fiberboard. Known as the Monokuro House, the subdued two-story was designed to evoke the light and dark contrast found in traditional Japanese architecture. Setback windows, operable skylights… Keep reading

An eBay Way To Sell Your Home: New Sales Method Could Change Real Estate

By Jasmine Viel Buying a home in Los Angeles is like playing a game of roulette, as many of you already know, you pick a number, price, and just hope it’s the right one. A Pasadena real estate firm is looking to change the game, if you will. They have created the first of its… Keep reading

Clad in Black, This Minimalist, Japanese-Inspired Home Asks $1.7M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo This monochromatic home in Southern California stands out for so many reasons. Clad in corrugated cement fiberboard with sleek black exteriors, the Monokuro House cuts a striking figure. Set in a suburban neighborhood in Torrence, California, surrounded traditional single-story residences, the home stands out due to its distinctive facade and its… Keep reading

Open House Obsession: A Knockout Mid-Century in Studio City, $2.25M

By Philip Ferrato With an exceptional, period-appropriate renovation by interior designer Daniel Krog and his husband, television producer and executive Adam Bonnett, this c.1951 home– originally by the architect Henry C. Burge– is asking $2,250,000. 3748 Eureka Drive will be open today, Friday, April 26, and Sunday, April 28, and again on Sunday, May 5…. Keep reading