From the 1930s to the 1950s, Los Angeles developers rapidly built large suburban tracts of modest, two-bedroom homes that reflected the lifestyle and market of the time. Fast forward to today, and many of the new homes being built in these aging neighborhoods are large, four-plus-bedroom constructions that are at odds with their surroundings.
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