A renovated midcentury home in Los Angeles, a hillside house in Sausalito and a 2020 retreat in Santa Paula.

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This house is in Studio City, about a mile from the intersection of Ventura and Laurel Canyon Boulevards, putting it within a five-minute drive of a bookstore, a Vons grocery store and various dining options. Fryman Canyon, a popular dog-friendly hiking spot and Carpenter Community Charter School, a public elementary school, are also about five minutes away. Radford Studio Center at CBS is about 15 minutes by car.

Driving to West Hollywood through Laurel Canyon takes about 20 minutes. Burbank and downtown Los Angeles are about half an hour away.

Size: 2,576 square feet

Price per square foot: $1,240

Indoors: This house is set back from the street, with stone steps leading up to the front door.

The foyer has wide-plank hardwood floors and access to a powder room and a guest room with an en suite bathroom.

The hardwood flooring continues from the foyer into a living-and-dining area with built-in cabinetry along one wall, built-in benches flanking a marble-clad fireplace and large windows facing the front and rear yards.

The kitchen, which is open to this space, has custom-built oak cabinets, a long center island with pendant lights overhead, a Wolf range and large glass doors that open to a deck and the backyard beyond. (Light fixtures throughout the house are by Thomas O’Brien; the paint is from Farrow & Ball.)

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