L.A. Crazy architecture

creditCurbed LA turns up a real estate listing for a remodeled postwar home in the Valley flats that has an aquarium embedded in the floor. And a big one. The owners must be dreamers: they're asking $909,000 in this market for a 2,900 square-foot house (and guesthouse, plus lots of land) on a busy street near the nondescript North Hills corner of Woodley and Parthenia. (Having grown up on Parthenia, I can say that.)


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