When we lived in Los Angeles, I came across this garage door in a nearby neighborhood.
I wonder what the Homeowners Association would say? Fortunately (or unfortunately for some people) the few Homeowners Associations that exist in Los Angeles are strictly voluntary.
I lived down in Irvine, in Orange County, for several years - which is "HOA central." Apparently in Irvine it's against the law to leave your garage door opened for more than 30 minutes. I seriously doubt something like this mural would have been allowed. Too bad. It's what gives a neighborhood character.
Oh, and for whatever it's worth, homes in this neighborhood of Los Angeles - 1800 square foot 50 year old tract homes - start at about $1.5 million. Yikes.
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I think it is a great garage door. Even true to the local flora, with the flowering yucca. I wish I had a garage door to paint just like that--of course, back on the East Coast, they really wouldn't get it. Gene
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