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On the market: 1960s A-frame house and additional buildings in Bass Lake, California, USA

1960s A-frame house and additional buildings in  Bass Lake, California, USA
1960s A-frame house and additional buildings in Bass Lake, California, USA

Not just one building, this is a 1960s A-frame house and additional buildings in Bass Lake, California, USA. Your own little commune, if you like. Read more

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On the market: Beverley David Thorne-designed Case Study House #26 in San Rafael, California, USA

Beverley David Thorne-designed Case Study House #26 in San Rafael, California, USA
Beverley David Thorne-designed Case Study House #26 in San Rafael, California, USA

Now this is something very special. The Beverley David Thorne-designed Case Study House #26 in San Rafael, California, USA is now up for sale. Read more

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On the market: 1950s Richard Leitch-designed midcentury property in Altadena, California, USA

1950s Richard Leitch-designed midcentury property in Altadena, California, USA
1950s Richard Leitch-designed midcentury property in Altadena, California, USA

It looks like a time capsule, but once again, that is down to an excellent renovation job on this 1950s Richard Leitch-designed midcentury property in Altadena, California, USA. Read more

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On the market: 1960s midcentury Eichler home in Concord, California, USA

1960s midcentury Eichler home in Concord, California, USA
1960s midcentury Eichler home in Concord, California, USA

We can’t resist an Eichler, with this particular 1960s midcentury Eichler home in Concord, California, USA being something of a minor renovation opportunity. Read more

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On the market: 1960s Raul Garduno-designed hillside midcentury property in Los Angeles, California, USA

1960s Raul Garduno-designed hillside midcentury property in Los Angeles, California, USA
1960s Raul Garduno-designed hillside midcentury property in Los Angeles, California, USA

If you are afraid of heights, you probably don’t want to invest in this 1960s Raul Garduno-designed hillside midcentury property in Los Angeles, California, USA. If you can cope with an elevated view, do read on. Read more