Pasadena’s Podley Properties Bought by deasy/penner

By Brian Day with David Cross The local real estate industry is undergoing a remodel with the purchase of Pasadena-based Podley Properties by another local firm, deasy/penner. Podley Properties owner and founder Bill Podley said while he’s enjoyed building his company, the time has come to hand over the reins. “I’m in a point in… Keep reading

A 1958 Midcentury With Stunning L.A. Views Lists For $2.2M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo On the market for the first time in 10 years, this classic midcentury home was architect Ray Kappe’s first commission. Designed in 1958 by Los Angeles architect and SCI-Arc founder Ray Kappe, the Waymire Residence is a stunning example of classic midcentury style. With sweeping city views and much of its original character… Keep reading

Stunning, Early Ray Kappe With Incredible Views, $2.2M

By Philip Ferrato Where: 4245 Don Alanis Place, Los Angeles Asking: $2,200,000 What: The Waymire Residence, Ray Kappe’s first commission, built in 1958. It’s hard to underestimate Ray Kappe’s influence on modern residential design in Southern California. He’s produced over a hundred homes, and his own, built in 1968, has become an object of worship among architecture students…. Keep reading

McNally Mansion in Altadena Is Postcard-Worthy History Worth Preserving

By Lisa Johnson Mandell The iconic, three-story Andrew McNally mansion in Altadena, CA, is now on the market for $3.79 million. A lucky buyer can live in the residence once known the world over as a recruiting tool for the Southern California lifestyle. Born in 1838, McNally originally hailed from Northern Ireland and partnered with William Rand in the map business in Chicago in the 1860s,… Keep reading

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