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Home Tour: Rock Row almost-townhomes in Eagle Rock

July 15, 2009 | 10:53 am

Rock row blog 

This week we're touring Rock Row, a housing development in Eagle Rock. It consists of 15 small residences built on a single half-acre plot that are almost, but not quite, townhomes. There is 5 inches of space in between each unit, so residents share no walls (and hear less of their neighbors). One nice element: The landscape windows pictured above carefully frame views of treetops and mountains, allowing in natural light while cropping out neighboring buildings and Yosemite Avenue traffic. Busy street? What busy street?

-- Deborah Netburn

Photo: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

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