Love yourself some mid-century modern design? Then you gotta love the 1950s! Consisting mainly of glass walls and gleaming walnut panels, this residence sits a few miles from one of California's national wildlife refuges. Add the San Bernardino National Forest and Salton Sea to the list of local outdoor spots, and you have a life of beauty in the making. Tap the link in our profile to see the interior.
The moment you walk through the front door, you're transported back in time to the golden 1940s. Vaulted ceilings, a slate fireplace and skylights in the bedroom, this cottage is a vintage dreamland. Escape today by tapping the link in our profile.
Built in the 1930s, this equestrian estate comes with 1 main home, 2 cottages, 2 garages, 2 barns and 30 acres. That equals a whole lot of "AREYOUSERIOUS?!" Seriously, tap the link in our profile to see it all.
Near White Rock Lake, this Tudor home sits on one of the most sought-after streets in Greenland Hills. Built in the 1920s, the property still retains the original stained glass windows from over 90 years ago. The guac on top? A bright and open kitchen perfect for Tuesday taco night. (We'll take two carnitas, please.) Hit the link in our profile to go inside.
Grab your skates and wander over to the park on the southwest corner. There you'll find a mini ice skating rink made just for the winter freeze. When you've finally mastered your triple axel, head back to this 1910s Georgia classic for some hot cocoa and warm pumpkin bread. See every room through the link in our profile.
At this very moment scattered across the country there's a home for sale from every decade since 1900. We're freezing time for the next 12 days to take a closer look at the past 100+ years. Starting . . . now! In the 1900s, Victorians were one of the most popular home styles money could buy. Wraparound porches and mosaic windows were especially desirable. Here's lookin' at you, gorgeous! Take the full tour through the link in our bio.