Cannabis Mogul Sells Exotic, Mysterious Lloyd Wright-Designed Showpiece

By Wendy Bowman Back in early 2018, CBD entrepreneur Dan Goldfarb doled out nearly $4.7 million for a historic Lloyd Wright-designed residence in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. A former hedge-fund analyst from New York who founded Canna-Pet — a Seattle-based company that sells hemp CBD for pets — he planned to use… Keep reading

One of L.A.’s Only Surviving Bunker Hill Homes Lists for $3M

By Sarah Buder Property Details: Location: 1032 West Edgeware Road, Los Angeles, California Price: $2,995,000 Year built: 1883 Architect: William R. Norton Footprint: 3,276 square feet (six bedrooms, four baths) Lot size: 5,456 square feet Being the only verified surviving Bunker Hill home in Los Angeles, this extraordinary, 100-percent turnkey stick-style Victorian rivals itself as one of the… Keep reading

What You Get | $1 Million Homes in California

By Angela Serratore Monrovia | $998,000 A 1923 bungalow with one bedroom, one bathroom and a one bedroom, one bathroom guest unit, on a 0.2-acre lot This house is in the northern part of Monrovia, a few blocks from one of the city’s main thoroughfares, which has a Vons supermarket, a frozen yogurt shop and… Keep reading

Move Into This Sun-Soaked Mid-Century in the Hollywood Hills for $1.7M

By Jenny Xie Location: 2699 La Cuesta Drive, Los Angeles, California Price: $1,700,000 Architect: Val Powelson Year built: 1954 Footprint: 1,276 square feet (2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms) Lot size: 6,444 square feet Nestled on a tranquil street off Mulholland Drive, this Mid-Century Modern two bedroom, two bathroom home was designed and built by architect Val Powelson,… Keep reading

What You Get | $3 Million Homes in California

By Angela Serratore Los Angeles | $2.995 Million An 1883 Victorian with five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest apartment, on a 0.1-acre lot This house was first built in downtown Los Angeles on Bunker Hill, a fashionable area at the time. It has since been moved twice — first in the early… Keep reading