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How does wedding cake relate to architecture?

How does wedding cake relate to architecture?

Wedding cake is delicate plaster work that looks like icing on a wedding cake.   Many vintage homes in our Glendale, Pasadena, Altadena and Eagle Rock neighborhoods have this detail on ceilings, walls and sometimes even on the exterior.  Al...

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

At this time of year my thoughts gratefully turn to those who have made my success in real estate possible.  Whether you are buying, selling or referring friends and family, I appreciate the opportunity to be of service.     Thank...

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Single story or two?

Single story or two?

In addition to neighborhood, number of bedrooms and baths, architectural style, house hunters typically have a preference of single story or two.   George and I purchased our two story La Canada home nearly twenty years ago.  We wanted a sin...

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Sagebrush and The La Canada School District

Sagebrush and The La Canada School District

I grew up in Glendale, my sister, brother and I all attended Glendale schools.  My grandparents lived in Glendale as did most of my cousins.  The first home I owned was in Glendale’s Brand Park neighborhood.  It had the sweetest octagonal...

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Los Angeles Events & Things To Do 11/22 - 11/24

Los Angeles Events & Things To Do 11/22 – 11/24

La Canada Anthony’s Fine Wine & Food Saturday, 3 PM – 5 PM Tasting workshop on Spanish wines and cheese hosted by Anthony. Cost $32 per person. La Crescenta Montrose Rosemont Preserve Open Gate Sunday, 1 PM – 3 PM Visit the P...

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Glendale Real Estate Values are up 19% 1

Glendale Real Estate Values are up 19%

October 2012, the average Glendale, CA home sold for $339 per ft vs. this year’s $404.  Last year the average Glendale home took 55 days to sell vs. this year’s 45. In Oct. 2012, the average Glendale home sold for $668,474 vs. this year...

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The History of the La Canada Town Center

The History of the La Canada Town Center

More than a decade ago the Community of La Canada was divided over plans to develop a Town Center.  For over three decades, Sports Chalet owner, Norbert Olberz purchased over  thirty single family homes between Foothill Boulevard and the 210...

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