June 18, 1987
When radio buffs visit the home of radio pioneer Don Wallace Sr. at a park built in his honor, it will be a replica of his old, rambling ranch-style home rather than the original. By a 3-2 vote, the City Council decided that the original structure, on property to be developed at Armaga Spring and Highridge roads, is too fragile to be moved and must be destroyed, with the possible exception of a fireplace.
December 9, 2012
Address: 28599 N. Shore Road, Lake Arrowhead 92352 Listed for: $598,500 Size: Five bedrooms, four bathrooms, 3,016 square feet Lot size: 0.7 acre Features: The two-story house, built in 1977, features a forest view, a fireplace and a detached garage. MLS ID: E12107500 Address: 26186 Augusta Way, Lake Arrowhead 92352 Listed for: $639,000 Size: Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, 2,837 square feet Lot size: 0.56 acre Features: Built in 1999, the two-level home has fireplaces in the living and family rooms and a four-car garage.
September 27, 2010 |
Tested : I like this deal because you score a free night on just a one-night stay; most hotels have a two- or three-night minimum with these offers. In an online check, I found a garden room available for two nights starting Nov. 15 at the $235 pre-tax rate — a price that drops to $117.50 per night with the free night. The first-floor room that I found opens out to the garden and includes a king-sized bed, log-burning fireplace and use of bathrobes. The inn is within walking distance of the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve and high bluffs overlooking the Pacific.
July 24, 2010 |
A stately traditional home with Spanish Colonial elements and a historic pedigree is the centerpiece of this oak-shaded estate in the hills of San Marino. Designed by noted residential architect Roland E. Coate, the home was built in 1926 for Annie Wilson, daughter of pioneering Southern California businessman and politician Benjamin Wilson, for whom Mt. Wilson is named. The gently sloping 1-acre-plus property was once part of the vast holdings of George S. Patton, father of the famed U.S. general, according to real estate historian Tim Gregory.
HOME & GARDEN
January 15, 2011 |
Consider the whimsy that frames the hearth in David Edward Byrd and Jolino Beserra's 1928 Spanish bungalow. Clothed in broken ceramics and found and treasured objects, the fireplace resembles an outsize toy. The swirled mosaic pattern and jumble of shiny fun make one suspect it's crowded with spirits. "In fact," says Beserra, "it is. " "We built the fireplace as our portrait," adds Beserra, who in 1997 bought the three-bedroom Silver Lake home with Byrd, his partner of 28 years.
December 18, 2013 |
Christmas not complete without film of a burning Yule log playing on your TV? The annual holiday tradition is back this year, but with a few modern variations. The annual Yule log film began in 1966 when New York station WPIX first aired a three-hour film of logs burning in a fireplace on Christmas Eve. Ratings were surprisingly good, so the next year the film was re-aired, and then re-aired again. "The Yule Log" airing became a WPIX tradition in New York, where many apartment dwellers had no fireplace of their own, but eventually ended in 1989.
April 23, 1989
Wrapped in an attractive exterior of wood siding accented by brick veneer and paned windows, this home is designed for today's housing needs--in terms of both style and affordability. The approach to the covered entry is graced by a brick planter. The side-lighted entry door opens to a spectacular living room, featuring vaulted ceilings, an open staircase, a hallway overlook upstairs and a fantastic fireplace arrangement. The fireplace unit includes a wood bin with overhead shelves to house TV and stereo components.
HOME & GARDEN
February 17, 2011 |
John Schneider, whose career has spanned from "The Dukes of Hazzard" in the '80s to "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" in the '90s to the still-running "Smallville," has listed his Agoura Hills home for sale at $2,199,000. The actor described the English-style house of nearly 7,000 square feet as having "an East Coast kind of flair. " "In the summer, it has ivy on the outside," he said. "We have fall at the house. You have to rake leaves. " Schneider raised his children on the 3-acre spread, which has a creek that leads to the area where "Dukes" (1979-85)
December 27, 2009 |
The south of France meets Pasadena's South Arroyo in a 1923 Mediterranean Revival house designed by renowned Southern California architects Reginald Johnson, Roland Coate and George Kaufmann. Built near the edge of a bluff, the home has expansive views of the Colorado Street Bridge, the Vista del Arroyo and the San Gabriel Mountains from most of its 15 rooms. A sloping, curved driveway winds from the street past a three-car garage and attached guesthouse up to a circular motor court at the front of the home.