TIC stands for Tenants in Common. It’s an arrangement where two or more people co-own real estate together. While compared to condos, you’ll find that the coolest thing about owning a TIC is living in a character-filled home within an intimate four-unit building. And if you’re lucky, you’ll live in one like Glover Place. Glover
This 1980s architectural compound sits above the street in a coveted, private pocket of the Hollywood Hills. Inside, you find an open, airy interior filled with natural light filtering through enormous skylights and windows. Resting on a half-acre lot with mature eucalyptus and oak trees, there may be room for a pool. Designed by architect
Last year, the personal residence of architect Mims Jackson Jr caught the attention of Andreas Larsson, the chief design influence of HabHouse. With an impressive track record of revitalizing mid-century homes in Los Angeles, HabHouse gives the Jackson Mims residence in Studio City a new, playful, and minimal feel. The three-bedroom, three-bath house sits at
Sun-splashed architecture and historical provenance meet in a modern mini compound in Los Feliz. The 1920s home showcases crisp, flat-roofed rectangular modules punctuated with steel sash windows on a street-to-street lot in a prime, north of Los Feliz Boulevard location. With a façade reminiscent of architect Irving Gill, the four-bedroom, four-bathroom home sits behind a
The Hinds House by Richard Neutra is looking for her next steward. She wants someone to preserve, restore, and cherish every bit of her gloriously unadulterated beauty. After all, she is the residence of which Neutra himself wrote, “I do myself believe that it is one of the nicest and best-conceived creations which we have
Long before Frank Zappa’s 1982 hit single “Valley Girl” cemented the San Fernando Valley into pop culture, the area gained prior fame for its housing. With the post-World War II housing boom, vast tracts of single-family homes reaching from Van Nuys to Woodland Hills “came to epitomize a suburbia where even the middle class could
Palisades Bowl is a neighborhood built along the beautifully scenic Pacific Coast Highway. The community consists of a cluster of bungalow-style manufactured homes located across the street from Los Angeles’ world-famous Will Rogers State Beach. One of these homes is currently on the market, offering unobstructed oceanfront views. Constructed in 1983, the single-story, one-bedroom bungalow
After saying farewell to her 50s pad in Silver Lake, Grasie moved into a classic Mount Washington bungalow. Built circa 1948, the structure sits above the street, hidden from passersby behind a blanket of mature trees. As her home hits the market, Grasie shares what it’s like to live in her modestly sized two-bedroom space.
The quaint, two-square-mile neighborhood of Atwater Village is a vibrant and diverse community offering residents a hometown feel with a popular equestrian center, pedestrian-friendly streets, a Sunday farmers’ market, and a burgeoning dining scene. When it comes to architecture, Atwater Village is known for character-filled structures like these three separate homes currently on the market.
Mallory, a TV/film producer, and her wife, Lauren, lived in a tiny apartment. Needing more space, they set out to buy a home. But after getting outbid on multiple properties, they decided to put their home search on pause. They considered renting but quickly discovered it made no sense as rents were high for a