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Residential (All)

Photo by Jessica Hodgdon/L.A. Conservancy

Van Dekker House

When the Van Dekker house went on the market in 2009, it faced a highly uncertain future and could have easily been considered a teardown. Fortunately, two successive owners started, and then completed, a remarkable restoration and rehabilitation.
Photo by Michael Smith on Flickr

Villa Riviera

With a clever composition featuring splayed wings that offer ocean views to most of its 130 units, this Chateauesque design remains one of the city's most recognizable landmarks.
Photo by Jessica Hodgdon/L.A. Conservancy

Waxman House

An adaptation to its steeply sloping lot, the Waxman House is more vertical than horizontal and reflects architect J. Barry Moffitt's own distinctive mark on the methods and materials of Modernism.
Westridge Park Ranch Houses
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Westridge Park Ranch Houses

Boasting quarter-acre lots with houses set far enough back from the street to allow small lawns, flowerbeds, shrubs, and trees, a 1960 advertisement for Westridge Park presented styles such as "The Hawaiian," "The Queen," and "The Baronet."

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