Posts by Philip Ferrato

Where: 440 Golden Gate Avenue, BelvedereAsking: $49MWhat: Named after a Tennyson poem by the wife of its original owner, a successful San Francisco banker, Locksley Hall is a classic Edwardian villa– in a romantic, jaw-dropping setting that rivals the Amalfi Coast.

Architect Barbara Bestor designed this glorious weekend retreat in the mountains above Santa Barbara. It’s on the market for $12.9M

One of the best turnarounds we’ve seen for a while– this classic Valley Village "cottage" from 1938 has been redone with an abundance of taste and style. open on Sunday, October 19th from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.

This c.1900 Victorian– now beautifully renovated– is open on Sunday, October 19 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.

This well-renovated 60s house in Bel Air is perfect for a life well-lived. Especially if you like tennis. Open on Sunday, October 12 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm.

Set in the redwoods above Mill Valley, this compound– formerly a 1920s hiking club– is on the market and open on Sunday, October 12 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.

In 1989, Bart Prince designed this gallery addition to a traditional Spanish house in South Pasadena. Fifteen years later, the results are still a work of art.

We’re a pushover for a classic bungalow– and smitten with this fine specimen in South Pasadena. Open on Sunday, October 5 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.

Designed by architect Blaze Makoid, this $6.795M Truckee lodge is not your usual luxe log cabin.

Probably best known as the sole voice of reason on the long-lived sitcom Designing Women, Annie Potts has one of LA’s most exuberant homes, a ‘30s Rancho in Tarzana. It’s on the market, and we get a look.

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