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Logging LA’s historic houses
West Adams. Berkeley, Wilshire and Windsor Squares. Fremont and Westmoreland Places. St. James Park. Maybe you’ve toured a few addresses or glimpsed a gorgeous mansion driving by. But now Historic Los Angeles has catalogued these districts’ homes in their own blogspots. Once inside, can you return to the modern world?
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High architectural drama meets intimate ambience in this just-finished home in the sought-after Riviera section of Pacific Palisades. From the outside, floating roofs soar over striking walls of stone, glass and Perla Blanca shell stone. On the main level, floor-to-ceiling glass doors erase the...

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Commanding panoramic views from the Queen’s Necklace to Catalina, Point Dume and beyond, this two-story surfside contemporary includes some sixty feet of beach frontage and very rare private parking for six cars. Decks extend across the entire length of the house on both levels. On the upper,...

Posted 11 days ago