Technically not homes, but...
  1. The Wayfarers Chapel
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    Full of light & ocean breezes.
  2. The James Oviatt Building
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    1920s glamour all day, every day. Would be morally obligated to throw a new year's party here every year.
  3. Doheny Memorial Library at USC
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    Access to allllllll the books amid Mediterranean Romanesque splendor. Be still, my beating heart.
  4. Tail o' the Pup
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    Though sadly no longer standing. Who WOULDN'T want to live inside of a hot dog?
  5. The Bradbury Building
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    Magical & surreal.
  6. The Theme Building at LAX
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    As a little kid, I thought the president lived here. Totally rocked my world when I learned about the White House.
  7. The Getty Villa
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    Ocean views. Gorgeous tiles. Like a million fountains. An outdoor theatre in case Taylor Swift ever wanted to come perform (hint hint!) What's not to love?
  8. The Bullocks Wilshire Building (Southwestern Law School)
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    I'd live like a princess in that Art Deco tower.