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The historic Altadena estate of famed Western author Zane Grey is up for grabs at $3.995 million.
In Ventura, ‘Back to the Future’ actor Christopher Lloyd is asking $2.95 million for his cozy cottage on the beach.
Actress Meryl Streep has sold her New York penthouse overlooking the Hudson River for $15.8 million, or $8.8 million shy of her original price.
Built in 1907, the eight-bedroom home stays in touch with its roots with beamed ceilings, cast-iron sconces and iron handrails.
Recently remodeled, the five-bedroom home boasts an indoor-outdoor great room with a wet bar and a spacious breakfast nook under angled skylights.
Built in 1922, the home’s highlight is a series of 25-foot leaded glass windows that take in sweeping views.
The Arts & Crafts-inspired Duncan-Irwin house is listed for sale in Pasadena.
The cozy cottage opens to a mult-level oceanfront deck that descends to the sand.
The two-floor penthouse is one of nine units in a converted 1890s school building.
The single-story home boasts clean lines, clerestory windows and custom finishes across 2,134 square feet.
Built in 1938, the Colonial Revival-style home boasts grand formal spaces across 6,153 square feet.
The 2,600-square-foot home, designed by architect Richard Neutra, sits on a steep hillside lot above Sunset Plaza.
Set on an acre, the two-story home enjoys ocean views from all three bedrooms and a spacious deck.
The two-story home expands to a scenic backyard with a pool, patio and rolling lawn that descends toward the sand.
Built in 1927, the Spanish-style hacienda counts Katharine Hepburn and Borlis Karloff as former residents.
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  4. Job growth slowed nationwide last year, but it accelerated in California as the state notched a record 118-month employment expansion.
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