The new Backyard Homes Project helps homeowners build an ADU. In exchange, owners make a key promise: Rent the granny flat to a low-income tenant.
Lakers star LeBron James is asking $20.5 million for his Brentwood home — about half a million less that what he paid for it six years ago.
In Beverly Hills, Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are asking $53.5 million for a mansion they bought two years ago from Maroon 5’s Adam Levine.
‘Sopranos’ star Jamie-Lynn Sigler and her husband, former baseball player Cutter Dykstra, just sold their Valley Village home for $2.89 million.
In Mussel Shoals, Emmy-winning actor Bryan Cranston is asking $5 million for his eco-friendly beach house that he built in 2013.
Combining four units, the three-story space holds a saloon room, a hidden playroom and a primary suite with a massage bed.
The traditional-style home in Beverly Hills counts “Will & Grace” creator Max Mutchnick and tennis star Pete Sampras among its former owners.
The single-story home includes a private backyard with a swimming pool, spa and playground.
The two-story home was built with an emphasis on efficiency and boasts a net-zero carbon footprint.
The three-bedroom unit includes a private balcony and access to a rooftop deck.
Built in 2017, the contemporary digs include a basketball court outside and a guest bedroom with miniature hoop.
The three-story home includes six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, five balconies and a rooftop deck overlooking the beach.
Built in 1919, the designer-done bungalow comes with a guesthouse that adds a loft and living room.
Built in 1927, the brick-clad abode boasts arched doorways, custom built-ins and period details across 3,240 square feet.
The two-story home enjoys ocean views from multiple balconies and an entertainer’s deck that sits above the sand.
The spread above Paradise Cove includes a main house, a guesthouse, a guardhouse and a funicular that descends to 256 feet of beach frontage.
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