Hot Property | When historic preservationists and homeowners can’t be neighborly
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Hot Property | When historic preservationists and homeowners can’t be neighborly

Hot Property | When historic preservationists and homeowners can’t be neighborly
The owner of this 1937 American Colonial Revival Studio City home preferred not to have his home landmarked, a battle that he lost.  (Anthony Barcelo)
Hot Property | When historic preservationists and homeowners can’t be neighborly
City planning assured the owner of this 1937 American Colonial Revival home that it was free from historic protections even though it was in a historic district.  (Anthony Barcelo)
Hot Property | When historic preservationists and homeowners can’t be neighborly
Architectural designers Arthur and Nina Zwebell built this 1937 American Colonial Revival home, but they were known for 1920s courtyard apartments. (Anthony Barcelo)
Hot Property | When historic preservationists and homeowners can’t be neighborly
Architectural designers Arthur and Nina Zwebell built this 1937 American Colonial Revival home, but they were known for 1920s courtyard apartments. (Anthony Barcelo)
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