A lot of people are going to be thinking about this property at the moment, and they’re going to ask themselves the following question: Why does the property’s price fluctuate with such a high value?
The answer is, the house is one of the best examples of this phenomenon that I can think of.
The value of this property is just incredible.
For instance, the home sits on the corner of 5th and Market in downtown Los Angeles, just off the city’s downtown L.A. bus line.
At the time of this writing, the property is worth more than $1.5 million.
The house has an incredible amount of historical significance, which makes it one of my favorite examples of a modern urban property.
The original structure dates back to the late 1800s.
It was originally built on a site known as the “Little Bighorn Ranch,” which was located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California.
The property’s owners, Henry and Mary Bighorns, were among the first to construct a series of log cabins and other structures in the area.
This site became known as “Little Texas,” because it was in this region that Henry Bighorns, a prominent cattle rancher, started his ranching business.
The Bighors bought the land from the Spanish for a reported $3.8 million in 1862.
The Bighorks’ cattle and horses would later be traded by the Spanish as part of their Spanish American War (1863-1865) campaign.
After the Spanish had captured the fort of San Francisco, which they called “the great citadel,” Henry Bitchon Bighorens, who had been governor of the state, led his men in an unsuccessful defense of the fort and, in doing so, he was assassinated.
After this, he passed away in the fort’s courtyard, and his son, Henry W. Bitcho, took over the ranch.
The family continued to farm the property and built a small town called Laredo on the site, which became known locally as the Bigho Ranch.
In 1872, the Bitchos relocated to the nearby town of Rancho Los Lunas.
At some point, the ranch was sold to the Los Angeles County government in 1899.
After a few years of living in the old homestead, Henry Biscotti moved to Rancho, where he would remain until his death in 1923.
In 1928, he purchased the property for $5.3 million.
Today, it is owned by the Biscottis and sits on a corner lot next to a parking lot.
The property is a gem of a property, but not just because of the historical significance it holds.
The house has a lot of history to it.
I mean, the real estate industry has changed a lot since the early 1900s, but the Bias was the first real estate building built on land that was part of the land’s original settlement.
And this property was built before the rise of subdivisions, which made it even more of a gem.
The building itself is very unique in that it has a history that goes back hundreds of years.
The building itself dates back more than two thousand years to an earlier time in history.
The original structure is made of an old timber house and it has been partially covered with wood and plaster for centuries.
The roof is also made of the same timber and the roofing material is from the site.
The main story of the Bialis building is that it is a replica of the Spanish Fort.
When the Spanish were in the valley in the early 1800s, they were using the site as a fort.
The Spanish had built an extensive camp at the site that was known as Fort Santa Anna.
The Fort Santa Ana had been established in the late 1700s and the fort was used by Spanish soldiers as a training camp.
It would later become known as Little Texas.
During the Spanish American Civil War (1936-39), the Fort Santa Maria was destroyed by a Spanish gunboat during a skirmish.
When this was discovered, the building was razed to the ground, leaving behind only a remnant of the original structure.
The surviving structure of the Fort was then used as a makeshift fort, which was later expanded by a local farmer named Joe Biscardi.
The site is still a tourist attraction, though, as you can see from the photographs below.
There are several historic buildings on this property.
The oldest is the original Spanish Fort itself, which dates back nearly a thousand years.
This fort has been used as the site of many historical events, including the Battle of Little Bighorse.
The second oldest building on the property, the Spanish Hall, dates back over a hundred years and houses the L. A. Historical Society.
The third oldest building, the Fort Biscola, dates to the 1800s and is a Spanish building that dates back a century and a half.
The fourth oldest building is the Lared