A Spanish-style house in Los Angeles, a Craftsman bungalow with a guest apartment in Sacramento and a two-bedroom home with a guesthouse in San Diego.

This house is near the border of North Hollywood and Toluca Lake, close to the center of the NoHo Arts District, a bustling neighborhood anchored by an independent movie theater, several performing arts spaces and nightlife options, including breweries and a popular tiki bar. It is not far from the North Hollywood stop on the Metro Red Line, linking the area to Hollywood and downtown Los Angeles.

Valley Village Park is a few blocks away, and several well-ranked public elementary schools are within a five-minute drive. The Universal Studios Hollywood film studio and theme park and CityWalk outdoor mall are 10 minutes away, in Universal City. Burbank is about 15 minutes away. Driving to Hollywood Burbank Airport takes about 20 minutes.

Size: 1,413 square feet

Price per square foot: $1,062

Indoors: A stone path leads to an original wood front door that opens into a foyer with a large stained-glass window.

To the right is a living room with high, beamed ceilings and tall windows looking out on a brick courtyard. Up two steps, through an arched opening, is a dining room with French doors that open to the courtyard.

The dining room connects to a kitchen with colorful tile work, stainless steel appliances and a breakfast area with an original built-in cabinet. Off the kitchen are a full bathroom and a room with Saltillo-tile floors that could be used as a home office or additional sleeping space.

Both bedrooms are off a hall extending from the dining room. The primary bedroom has a decorative fireplace and two sets of glass doors that open to the backyard. The other bedroom, across the hall, is slightly smaller. They share a bathroom with the same floor tiles used at the Four Seasons Resort in Santa Barbara.

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