Actors Topher and Ashley Grace buy in La Cañada Flintridge

By Neal J. Leitereg Actors Topher and Ashley Grace have bought a home in leafy La Cañada Flintridge through a trust for $2.975 million. Last month, the couple put their Studio City home of two years on the market. Located in the desirable Fryman Canyon area, the updated Midcentury home is listed for $2.695 million,… Keep reading

Renovated midcentury with A-frame canopy asks $1.7M in La Cañada-Flintridge

By Elijah Chiland With a large A-frame canopy and a sloping, asymmetrical roofline, this modern-style residence in La Cañada-Flintridge possesses a distinctly midcentury personality. Per the listing, the house was built in 1960 for big band leader and record store owner Val Grayson. Its outgoing design is the work of prolific Southern California homebuilder Webster Wiley, who constructed many of… Keep reading

Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Partner Manuel Urquiza

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Manuel Urquiza as a new agent to our La Cañada family. My professional life for the past 25 years has largely revolved around my passion for great architecture and design. Great architecture begins with the thoughtful siting of a building, avoiding indiscriminate placement with no regard for the existing environment. Good design… Keep reading

An Award-Winning Midcentury Residence in Los Angeles County Asks $3.9M

By Anna Jones Set in the foothills of La Canada Flintridge, California, this 5,000-square-foot home composed of glass, steel, redwood, and stone was renovated for modern functionality while remaining sensitive to the surrounding landscape. The home renovation, led by Osborn Architects and Jamie Bush + CO, is an elegant composition of materials that creates an… Keep reading

Open House Obsession: Classic Post+Beam Revival in La Cañada, $4M

By Philip Ferrato Where: 5228 Escalante Drive, La Cañada Flintridge When: Sunday, October 15 from 1:00pm-4:00pm Asking: $3,995,000 What: A 5-bed, 5-bath Modernist composition in redwood, stone and glass, this c.2008 house can be forgiven if it looks c.1960. Deploying materials and technology in a way Mid-Century architects could only dream of, it’s an architectural tribute to the great California… Keep reading

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