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Think of a typical frat house. Your mind conjures up images of peeling paint, Greek letters above the front door, loud music, parties, and people coming and going at all hours.
Now take a look at this gorgeous Los Angeles Craftsman home—no trace of a toga party or red Solo Cup in sight. However, it served as a cinematic fraternity house rife with debauchery in the 2014 comedy “Neighbors” and its 2016 sequel, “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising.”
The popular films starred Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne, who, as new parents with a baby, are shocked to learn that a fraternity has just moved in next door. Hilarity ensues, but the real home is no laughing matter.
Built in 1907 and tucked into the West Adams neighborhood, this Craftsman is large enough to host a party,
While awaiting a potential start to the 2020 MLB season, Houston Astros pitcher Lance McCullers Jr. is making a move. The fireballing righty has listed his Houston home for $1,625,000.
The modern farmhouse-style residence was finished in 2017 by a local luxury homebuilder, Ashton Gray Development. According to the listing details, it was designed by the award-winning architecture firm Brickmoon Design.… Read More
‘House Party’ Podcast: Moving Cross-Country During COVID-19; Bizarre Beverly Hills Condo With a Strange Backstory
“House Party” is realtor.com®’s official podcast about the overlapping worlds of real estate and pop culture, hosted by Natalie Way, Erik Gunther, and Rachel Stults. Click the player above to hear our takes on this week’s hot topics.
After a brief hiatus while Natalie moved from New York City to Los Angeles, we’re back with another episode. Join us as we get the scoop on how moving across the country in the middle of a global pandemic really went down.
Other topics we discuss:
- A Beverly Hills, CA, condo with a bizarre backstory—and an interior you must see to believe
- Golden State Warriors point guard Ky Bowman joins us to discuss his move to the San Francisco Bay Area, the worst parts of renting, and the must-have features in his dream
With your backyard being the new summer hangout, it’s about time to spruce it up. Here are eight cheap and easy DIY projects you can do in a weekend’s time.
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With your backyard being the new summer hangout, it’s about time to spruce it up. But what if your budget is already stretched tight?
Well, if you don’t mind getting your hands a bit dirty, we’ve got just the ticket: eight oh-so-easy outdoor DIY projects that will keep you busy on these long summer days while you stay home and add some serious charm to your yard.
From homemade swings to whimsical wind chimes, this list has a little something for everyone. So go ahead and
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Moving has to be one of the top five stressors in life—and a global pandemic adds a whole new set of variables that sends stress levels through the roof. That’s what my family experienced when we recently relocated over 120 miles from Los Angeles to San Diego. And because of the coronavirus pandemic, we did it all on our own.
We had long planned to move; after 20 years in L.A., we wanted a change. Summer 2020, after my son graduated from high school, seemed like the perfect time. Little did we know that COVID-19 would hit the U.S. and bring everything to a stop.
Moving during this time brought up a number of uncertainties. No. 1 was whether it was even safe to hire a moving company. We wanted to be cautious