280 Avenue 64, Pasadena
YEAR BUILT: 2022
LOT: 0.46 acres
INTERIOR: 5,044 square feet
AMENITIES: This brand-new build’s oak floors and white walls offer a crisp canvas for the brass and marble accents throughout the home. Contemporary conveniences include a wine closet and fridge, ample storage space including built-in cabinetry and a butler’s pantry, and an oversized backyard patio featuring a pool with a Baja shelf and Jacuzzi. The downstairs full junior suite is an ideal office/mother-in-law quarters. A true retreat, the upstairs primary suite features a fireplace with marble surround, spacious custom walk-closet, and spa-like bathroom with an oversized marble slab shower, freestanding bathtub, and dual vanities.
WHAT SETS IT APART: Designed by AM Designs, this San Rafael modern farmhouse boasts customized touches, including an iron staircase, brass shelving, light fixtures, built-ins, designer brass-zinc oven hood, and glass- and iron-detailed double doors that lead into a soaring two-story entryway.
INQUIRIES: $4.995 million; Andrew Moore, beverlycompany.com
5672 Valley Oak Drive, Los Angeles
YEAR BUILT: 1930
LOT: 0.74 acres
INTERIOR: 4,318 square feet
AMENITIES: This estate has been restored and redesigned by Nickey Kehoe with thoughtful design details throughout, including BDDW hand-painted tiles and plumbing hardware imported from England in the primary bathroom, a mustard-yellow kitchen with a La Cornue range, and all new custom-stained oak flooring. The den, kitchen, and dining area have an open-concept flow to the covered outdoor dining area with full outdoor kitchen, saltwater pool, and guesthouse.
WHAT SETS IT APART: Located in the coveted Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood, this Spanish Colonial estate sits on a sprawling three-parcel lot that includes lush landscaping designed by Viola Gardens, a meditation sanctuary with koi pond, and terraced hillside with an orchard and wildflowers that has been designated as a certified monarch butterfly way station.
INQUIRIES: $8.997 million; Elisa Ritt, Anthony Stellini, and Sherri Rogers, compass.com
1865 Verdugo Knolls Drive, Glendale
YEAR BUILT: 1924
LOT: 0.28 acres
INTERIOR: 2,278 square feet
AMENITIES: Multiple seating areas, drought-tolerant gardens, trickling fountain, and a terraced, light-adorned yard create the ideal environment for outdoor entertaining. The home’s vintage charm is complemented by original hardwood flooring and arched doorways, and is balanced with modern updates, including a renovated chef’s kitchen with custom cabinetry, quartz counters, and stainless steel appliances.
WHAT SETS IT APART: The reimagined Tudor is a one-of-a-kind home, nestled in its own private hillside with a covered wraparound balcony with a sweeping canyon view. Off the primary suite is a private patio with access to the artist’s studio.
INQUIRIES: $1.699 million; Emily Sinclair, leveragere.com