Whenever I see French or English Tudor homes, I always wonder: how do they make the shingles curve? Turns out…
April 19, 2017
April 13, 2017
We won’t win any awards for the headline, but it’s true: the second bathroom is the number one most requested…
April 4, 2017
Southern California was a popular location for mid-century modern builders to make a name for themselves through enchanting, iconic residential and commercial constructions. There have been advocates for the protection and preservation of these beautiful architectural gems for decades, though many MCM structures have been lost due to neglect or redevelopment. Preserving MCM legacy sites proves to be very difficult, yet hope is renewed as a result of the current revival in modern design.
February 22, 2017
It’s that special time of year; near and dear to all Mid-Century Modern design enthusiasts’ hearts in Southern California…
February 12, 2017
It’s Kozy, with a K! And that was cheezy, with a Z. But you know what’s not? This house.…
April 22, 2016
Old Towne Orange is one of the most desirable places live: Cool houses. Walkable living. Friendly neighbors. There’s just one little fly in the ointment. It’s…ahem…kinda expensive [sad trombone #1]. But it doesn’t have to be if you know where to look. This isn’t some bargain-basement, scratch-n-dent special.
November 4, 2015
The classic California bungalow, located in Old Towne Orange. But this is also reality — the house you will forward to your agent with not 1, not 2, but 3 exclamation marks. Life is made for living, not doing home improvement projects.
October 28, 2015
There weren’t a lot of high-rise living options in Southern California in 1929. In fact, when Villa Riviera was built,…