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“You gotta manifest positivity in your home-buying process.”
  1. The 10 Best Alternatives to Airbnb From a vacation rental company that focuses on families to one that wants to combat racism, here are ten alternatives for your next vacation.
  2. Ashley Nicole Black’s Week in Zillow Saves Ashley Nicole Black hates intricate doors and can appreciate a soulless West Hollywood listing.
  3. Architect Couple’s L.A. Courtyard House With Le Corbusier Lighting Asks $2.7M The space is a pleasing interplay of colors, textures, materials, shapes, and Le Corbusier lighting.
  4. John Black Lee Mid-Century in New Canaan Asks $5M A 2017 expansion by New York architect Joel Sanders includes a master suite, gym, and garage.
  5. In Palm Springs, a Krisel Mid-century Home With a Yellow Shadow-Block Wall The Racquet Club Estates home has an updated kitchen and entertaining bar, plus an outdoor fireplace by the pool.
  6. A Glendale Home Where Not Much Has Changed Since 1968 It’s on the market for the second time ever.
  7. Mid-Century Post and Beam in Silver Lake Asks $2M It’s one of a handful of homes pioneering Chinese-American Eugene Kinn Choy designed in the neighborhood.
  8. A Meticulously Restored Marcel Breuer (With Hudson River Views) Asks $4.2M The 1953 home, located about an hour north of Manhattan, was built for textile designer Vera Neumann.
  9. A Fully Restored 1949 Neutra House in South Pasadena Last sold in 2001, the home was built from plans drawn for the famed Case Study House program.
  10. A Stucco Mansion in Prospect Park South With Two Balconies and a Cutting Garden The historic residence is one-third neo-Tudor, one-third Colonial Revival, and one-third Spanish mission.
  11. John Lautner’s 1952 Hollywood Hills House Hits the Market for the First Time The impeccably maintained residence was built for a grocer and his family.
  12. A 19-Year-Old Designed This Mid-Century “Statement Home” For His Parents in 1960 The San Diego-area property was photographed by Julius Shulman shortly after its completion, then went unseen for decades.
  13. Sea Ranch-esque Compound Comes With Its Own Cable Tram The hillside home offers mid-century vibes with a postmodern twist.
  14. Five-Cottage Storybook Compound in Los Feliz Returns to Market After 45 Years The structures were handcrafted with mostly salvaged materials, including ropes and oars from Jack London’s boat.
  15. Austin Mid-Century Time Capsule Comes With Peachy Formica Countertops And so much stone wall.
  16. Exploring a Real-Estate Time Capsule in Harlem Inside Graham Court, a Gilded Age rental from the architects behind the Apthorp.