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Andy May Aug 11
On the east coast, an old house is really old ?
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Andy May Aug 8
The mystery of ugly furniture of the 1970s is revealed
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Andy May Aug 7
A good primer on earthquake insurance ?
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Andy May Aug 6
LA Andy May's Home of the Week: Built by Schwen Wei Ma and Gilbert Leong, this 1952 mid-century modern is now on the market for the first time. Originally built as a duplex with 2 kitchens and an open floor plan, later it was updated to a single-family.
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Andy May Aug 5
The 1949 ranch classic, with many of the original features and decor from the era, is where Marie lived for nearly 70 years
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Andy May Aug 4
Do you think the bungalow court could make a come back in LA ?
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Andy May Aug 3
Architectural Home of the Week: The Maslon/Engelman Residence, 1952: Dan Saxon Palmer, AIA with William Krisel had an enormous impact on the built environment of Southern California via their dramatic modernist tract subdivisions.
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Andy May Aug 2
is the earliest estate in Beverly Hills. It was the private residence of Virginia Dryden Robinson (1877–1977) and Harry Winchester Robinson (1878–1932), heir to J. W. Robinson's Dept. Store. Now owned by the Count…
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Andy May Aug 2
is the earliest estate in Beverly Hills. It was the private residence of Virginia Dryden Robinson (1877–1977) and Harry Winchester Robinson (1878–1932), heir to J. W.…
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Andy May Aug 2
Open house this weekend. Visit me this Saturday & Sunday, August 3 & 4 from 2-5 and check out this sweet little Hollywood bungalow.
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Andy May Aug 1
This headline applies to most of LA; home prices are rising but sales are slowing.
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Andy May Jul 31
Lookls Like the LaBianca house went to the right buyer
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Andy May Jul 30
LA Andy May's Home of the Week: The Sparks-McLaren House; Arthur Kelly, A.I.A., architect; 1930. Sited on a cul-de-sac at the highest point in celebrity-favored, gated Laughlin Park the home enjoys wrap-around city, hills and Griffith Park views.
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Andy May Jul 28
Los Angeles County lost almost 100,000 residents last year.
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Andy May Jul 27
Architectural Home of the Week: Edward H. Fickett 1956. Large Single Level 2,680 SqFt View Home, Built & Purchased New From The Builder In 1956, Never Before On The Market.
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Andy May Jul 26
is an aquatics center that was originally constructed for the 1932 Summer
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Andy May Jul 26
is an aquatics center that was originally constructed for the 1932 Summer @ Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
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Andy May Jul 25
The LA river is getting a ton of new development.
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Andy May Jul 24
A bit of gruesome Los Feliz history is up for sale
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Andy May Jul 23
LA Andy May's Home of the Week: Located on one of the best streets of Atwater; this traditional home is bathed with sunlight throughout the day. With an open floorplan, cozy living room, updated kitchen and spacious dining room this is a comfortable home.
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