REAL ESTATE
Bixby Ranch: A 9-Bedroom Long Beach Historic Landmark

Beginning with the front door with its massive, sinewy brass handle and voluptuous latch, the exceptional character of the Bixby Ranch House is indisputable. This is, after all, one of the most famous houses in Long Beach. Built in 1890 for George H. Bixby, among…

The Difference Between A Townhouse and A Condo

Townhouses and condos. They look about the same, so what is really the difference between the two and why should that matter…

Picturesque Prospect Park Revival Home

  Nestled in the heart of Prospect Park, this neighborhood enjoys distinction on the National Register of Historic Places for its collection of architectural homes,…

Enjoy Your Life and the Best of the Pasadena Playhouse District in Your New Townhome

Throughout life, it’s likely that you’ll move home a number of times. Perhaps you want to explore a new area. Or maybe…

A Beautiful Winter Residence in Pasadena’s Arroyo Terrace Neighborhood

Cornelia B. Speer commissioned the renowned architects Myron Hunt and Elmer Grey to build a winter residence in The Arroyo Terrace neighborhood on the banks…

Thinking Like A Customer Is The Key To Success In The Real Estate Business

Any businessman or woman knows that in order to have true success, you really need to know your market. This is especially…

An Exquisite 1934 Grand Equestrian Estate Located in Altadena

This exquisite Monterey Colonial residence designed in 1934 by Robert H Orr is sited on nearly 2 Acres with beautiful mountain views; and remodeled in 2001-03…

The Gray House – A Dignified Italian Renaissance Revival Mansion

Open House – Saturday and Sunday, May 12 & 13, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. In real estate descriptions, often times properties…

The Beautiful Mulvihill House and Lyle Studio is Located in Sierra Madre

Open House – Saturday and Sunday, May 12 & 13, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. The J.J. Mulvihill House, 1949, and the John T. Lyle…

The Dobyns House – A Magical Italian Renaissance Revival Home Tucked in an Almost Hidden Chula Vista Cul-de-Sac

Open House – Sunday, May 6, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Like many fine architects, during the Great Depression the architect for the estate at 870 Chula Vista Avenue worked as a set designer in Hollywood for Columbia and MGM, credited with movies such as “It Happened One Night.” It was a skill that was already clearly to hand in his fine work here. The house seems quite suited as a movie set, or for a movie star, and very much like those comfortable houses of the 1930s black-and-white films. Chula Vista Avenue is a secluded, almost hidden short cul-de-sac…

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