Chris Lukather

author of “The Cinderella Homes of Jean Vandruff” and “A Birdhouse in Paradise: William Mellenthin and the San Fernando Valley Ranch Homes”

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So here is a fairytale for you: a house for a family with a large yard in Los Angeles for sale at around $12,000.

How Cinderella Homes brought fantasy to the suburbs

So here is a fairytale for you: a house for a family with a large yard in Los Angeles for sale at around $12,000.

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