Luxe And Luminous In Oak Knoll, $6.5M

By Philip Ferrato With almost 6000-square-feet, this 5-bed, 6-bath home (plus a pool and poolhouse) in Pasadena’s Oak Knoll could be described as a party giver’s paradise. Massed in a trio of connected stucco pavilions, the steeply pitched whitewashed spaces are softly illuminated by skylights, ready to be filled with friends. And uniquely, the superb… Keep reading

Contemporary Pasadena Home with Stairs to 2 Secret Attic Playrooms Lists at $6.5 Million

A Pasadena contemporary home, owned by the husband-wife team behind the food Blossom Market Hall set to open in San Gabriel’s historic Mission District in 2020, has listed for $6.495 million. Set on nearly half an acre in the affluent Oak Knoll neighborhood, the five-bedroom home built in 2009 at 561 Woodland Road offers 5,810… Keep reading

My Favorite Murder’s Karen Kilgariff Buys Killer Mid-Century Modern in Studio City

By Bianca Barragan The co-host of the popular true-crime comedy podcast My Favorite Murder has purchased a glorious midcentury modern in the hills of Studio City. Variety reports that podcast maven Karen Kilgariff spent $2.1 million on the home, built in 1951. Situated on a windy cul de sac, the house recently underwent “a full… Keep reading

1960s ‘Home of Tomorrow’ asking $739K in Upland

By Pauline O’Connor In the prosperous, optimistic years following World War II, Americans were presented with a number of different possible models demonstrating what homes would or could look like in the future. For instance, there was the William Krisel-designed “House of Tomorrow” in Palm Springs, the Monsanto House of the Future at Disneyland, and Ronald and Nancy Reagan’s… Keep reading

‘My Favorite Murder’ Host Karen Kilgariff Slices Into Mid-Century Ranch House

By James McClain Karen Kilgariff, co-host of the wildly popular “My Favorite Murder” podcast she created with Georgia Hardstark, has significantly upgraded her L.A. residential circumstances with the $2.1 million purchase of an attractive and fully restored midcentury modern residence. Sequestered on a narrow, winding street in the Studio City hills, the two-bed/two-bath abode is… Keep reading

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