Spanish Style Homes

  • Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green

    Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green aren't wasting any time or money on real estate, as they recently put their Los Feliz home on the market for just under $4 million, and purchased the carriage house…   Read the Blog

  • Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green: Former Backyard

    The house they're selling is smaller, more traditional and has a higher price, while their new place is more spacious, modern and once belonged to Bing Crosby.   See the Gallery

  • Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green: Former Front Exterior

    Like many view homes in Los Angeles, the Hollywood family's former house is unimposing from the street, without revealing the estate's grandeur.   See the Image

  • Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green: Former Home Office

    Both homes have built-in shelving in the office. The former one has a brightly colored, old Hollywood feel.   See the Image

  • Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green: Former Living Room

    Their former interior features hand-distressed wood floors and refurbished one-of-a-kind antique lighting. The living room has floor-to-ceiling French doors that open to expansive covered balconies…   See the Image

  • Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green: Former Kitchen

    The celeb couple's former home in Los Feliz home features marble countertops and modern appliances, but traditional Spanish-style tiles.   See the Image

  • Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green: Former Game Room

    Terra cotta tile floors, antique, restored lighting and large patterned wallpaper were big in the former home of this Hollywood family.   See the Image

  • Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green: Former Backyard

    The traditional Spanish home in Los Feliz that the Hollywood couple is selling measures about 5,300 square feet and spans four stories. They're asking $3,995,000 for it.   See the Image

  • Spain's Hostal de San Marcos, Lobby

    The Hotel San Marcos was once a convent and a concentration camp during the Spanish Civil War. We think this only lends perspective and makes us happy that San Marcos still exists so we can enjoy…   See the Image

  • Spain's Hostal de San Marcos, Exterior

    The Hotel San Marcos was once a convent and a concentration camp during the Spanish Civil War. We think this only lends perspective and makes us happy that San Marcos still exists so we can enjoy…   See the Image