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A. Page Brown, FAIA, Crocker Row House, 1895

A. Page Brown, AIA, 1895. One of the five Santa Barbara “cottages” known as historic Crocker Row, its combination of old-fashioned graciousness and contemporary livability seems destined for making memories.


$ 2499000 Available 3940

Paul R. Williams, FAIA, 1948

The Dr. and Mrs. R.N. Williams Residence, 1948 – First public offering. The two-story 1948 home is a rare example of a Modernist house designed by Paul Revere Williams FAIA


$ 1099000 Available 2040 sf

2107 Oakwood Street, Pasadena, CA, 91104

This picturesque cottage has its roots in England’s Lake District. Original wood-framed windows provide lots of sunny light spilling onto the hardwood floors and views of the San Gabriel Mountains


$ 620000 Available 891

909 Mullaghboy Rd, Glendora, CA 91741

John Andre Gougeon, A.I.A., 1963; Antonio Aguilar, Landscape Designer. From the street, Gougeon’s board and batten, stucco-clad adaptation of the region’s popular ranch-style home yields an aesthetic which seamlessly conforms


$ 889000 Available 2313

Theodore Criley, A.I.A., 1953

First Offering: The Johnson Residence.
As Postwar Southern California grew exponentially, architects and builders looked for innovative ways to meet housing demands and the needs of their respective clients. Typical of


$ 729000 Available 2,304

The Lydia C. Edmands House

Arthur and Alfred Heineman, Architects, 1917
Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998, the Cotswold Cottage built for wealthy widow Lydia C. Edmands exemplified the Heineman brothers’ creative


$ 4500000 Available Family House