If you've got about a million dollars, you can be the second owner ever of this total time capsule nestled into the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Built in 1956, the Sierra Madre residence has retained some very well-preserved hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, a giant fireplace, and the delightfully throwback, Tupperware-orange kitchen. The kitchen opens onto both the spacious living room and the large backyard, where there's a pool, a spa, and covered patio area—all pretty solid locations for a 5 o'clock martini. The house's three bedrooms all have hardwood floors and the master bathroom has a connected bathroom, also orange. The 1,919-square-foot house sits on more than a quarter-acre, so there's plenty of space for entertaining.