April 2019 Newsletter

What You Get for $1.1 Million

A 1962 architect-designed house with three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. Charles Wong, an architect who trained at the University of Southern California, designed this Japanese-inflected glass-and-timber home for a Los Angeles dentist named George Yuen and his wife. It sits on a bluff overlooking the Rueben Ingold Parkway, a recreational area in… Keep reading

Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Partner Cindy Mercado-Harrison

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Cindy Mercado-Harrison as a new agent to our Glendora family. Dedicated, determined, and trustworthy, Cindy brings over 25 years of real estate experience to the Foothill communities and the East San Gabriel Valley area. An active member of the Citrus Board of REALTORS®, Cindy has willingly served on the Grievance… Keep reading

Vintage SoCal: Far from the dusty trail in Lafayette Square

By Lauren Beale Long before nicknames such as the “Entertainment Capital of the World” or “La-La Land” caught on, Los Angeles was known as the “Queen of the Cow Counties” for its herds and role in keeping Gold Rush-era miners in beef jerky. Fast-forward to the next century, and wealthy cattlemen were among the movers… Keep reading

A Japanese-Inspired Charles Wong Post-and-Beam Home Hits the Market at $1.1M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo This beautiful midcentury also happens to be the childhood home of Issa Rae. Designed by residential architect Charles Wong in 1962, the post-and-beam Yuen Residence is an example of the burgeoning postwar influx of Japanese-inspired design in Southern California. The home’s elegant, minimalist interiors blend a distinctive Japanese aesthetic with classic… Keep reading

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