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Best Public Gardens In Los Angeles, California

Best Public Gardens In Los Angeles, California

 

(credit: Fullerton Arboretum)
Let’s face it: sometimes you just need some tranquility. This is a good time to visit one of Southern California’s spectacular public gardens, where you can take a stroll among some of the most plush and beautiful scenery anywhere in Los Angeles. Many of these gorgeous public spaces were originally the private estates of the region’s wealthiest individuals and have since become open to all to enjoy.
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Empty Nesters What Is Your Home Worth?

Empty Nesters What Is Your Home Worth? You maybe sitting on a nest egg. Westside empty nesters benefits of selling. Is your home too big? Westside L. A. homeowners is it time to downsize? Empty Nesters What Is Your Home Worth?Real estate downsizing means moving from a too large home into a smaller home or condominium. Downsizing is commonly associated with empty nesters, baby boomers and retirees. Empty nesters downsize after their kids have moved from home. Like thousands of homeowners empty nester have discovered one. They do not need all the living space. Do not need large home expenses. There is no more non-stop kid traffic, toys on the floor, loud music, teenager sleepovers, sports and cheer leader teams at your home. Empty rooms are filled with pictures, trophies and cherished memory of bygone times. But these empty rooms are gathering dust because the kids are gone. The kids have moved on starting lives of their own. Empty nester free years maybe a time for you to move on as well. Considering that you do not need or use existing living space.  Downsizing makes financial sense. Empty Nesters What Is Your Home Worth?

Empty Nesters What Is Your Home Worth?

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Old Hollywood’s “Architect to the Stars” And His South Bay Connection

Old Hollywood’s “Architect to the Stars” And His South Bay Connection PAUL R. WILLIAMS, PAUL REVERE WILLIAMS, SEAVIEW, SOUTH BAY, WILLIAMSBURG LANEOrphaned at age 4, the young Paul Revere Williams dreamed of becoming an architect. His teachers suggested he pursue something different because no one would hire a black man to design a home. Not only did he achieve his dream, but he became Hollywood’s most sought-after architect. As a tribute to the 120th anniversary of his birth, South Bay DIGS proudly honors Williams’ legacy with a glimpse at his homes in Palos Verdes’s SeaView neighborhood.By Pamela Corante-HansenImagine it’s 1960 and you’re looking for a modest home in a seaside community.

DEC18in ARCHITECTURE // DESIGN, LOCAL HISTORY, PEOPLE // INTERVIEWS // NEWS, PLACE // LANDMARKS Tags ARCHITECTURE, LOS ANGELES, NEW HOMES, PALOS VERDES,Source: Old Hollywood’s “Architect to the Stars” And His South Bay Connection |