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March 1st, 2019 at 12:00 pm

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We know you’ve all heard it before: curb appeal is everything when it comes to selling your home. Having perfectly manicured and landscaped front yards, clean windows, and fresh paint can make all the difference when prospective buyers are looking at your home both online and in person.

Curb appeal isn’t just for home sellers though, once you live in your beautiful, new (to you at least) home, you want to be proud of it, inside and out. 

Here are 14 homes for sale that take curb appeal to the next step with bright, bold front doors.

Santa Barbara | $11,000,000

Presented by Bunny De Lorie

This magnificent front door is sure to stop your guests, and probably even you, right in their tracks. You may have trouble getting them inside after they see the playful Spanish tiles surrounding your entryway.


San Clemente | $3,395,000

Presented by Scott Kidd & Robert Diehl

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If the facade of your home is a little lacking, a bold front door is exactly what you need! This bold blue front door is the perfect complement to the home’s neutral exterior.


Santa Monica | $3,295,000

Presented by Emil Alexander Schneeman

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You might expect to see this home in a fairytale, but it’s actually in Santa Monica. The vibrant green door is the perfect accent to the red brick exterior.


Pasadena | $1,898,000

Presented by Jeff Fisher

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This charming exterior is taken to the next level with a bright red door.


Costa Mesa | $1,399,999

Presented by Colleen Swinney & Carter Weir

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Not only do we love this Dutch door because it’s perfect for homes with small children and pets, but we love the soft yellow color that adds warmth to the entire room.


Dana Point | $1,285,000

Presented by Brett Smith

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We love that this bright red color can be seen from both the inside and outside, adding a splash of character to this charming entry.


Escondido | $1,139,000

Presented by Tom Lux

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The details on this front door are sure to impress anyone who passes through it, with the iron details and intricate tiles that surround it.


Dana Point | $1,139,000

Presented by Maria Colapinto

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Charm exudes from this home, thanks in part to the red front door. The glass panes are perfect for bringing even more natural light into the home!


Carlsbad | $1,099,900

Presented by Simona Giuffrida

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If you love colorful entrances, but don’t want to paint your door, adding tiles around it is a great way to add a touch of personality.


Sherman Oaks | $1,069,000

Presented by Gail Salem

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The neutral exterior of this home and the lush green landscaping are the perfect contrast to the red-orange front door.


Coto de Caza | $978,000

Presented by Susan Chase

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In case you can’t tell, red is a popular color for front doors, which is good news because in feng shui it means hospitality and warm welcome.


Laguna Beach | $975,000

Presented by Tracy Lineback

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If the color red is too common for you, consider a unique color like this magenta one. The brass door knocker adds a whimsical touch.


Escondido | $950,000

Presented by Barbara Hunt

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The stained glass windows on these front doors are a great way to add color, bring in natural light, and still retain some privacy.


Laguna Hills | $889,500

Presented by Heidi Ryan

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According to realtor.com, a green front door indicates prosperity and wealth, but its natural appeal means you’re also serene and peaceful.

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