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Gorgeous Monterey Colonial in the Hollywood Hills – 3417 La Sombra

This gorgeous Monterey Colonial home is sited on a quiet street in the Hollywood Hills, not too far from The Wisdom Tree and Lake Hollywood.

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Craig Ellwood’s Mid-Century Modern Masterpiece Casa Kundera – 2977 Passmore

“If order and logic are in the Architecture, then Architecture will inevitably compliment nature.” – 1950, Craig Ellwood

Built in 1956 for a graphic designer, legendary architect Craig Ellwood’s mid-century modern masterpiece Casa Kundera returns to the market with a vengeance, fully restored and completely marvelous. For mid-century modern devotees, 2977 Passmore Drive in the Hollywood Hills is a must-see.

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What do The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, & Marilyn Manson Have in Common?

Built for silent screen actress Mary Astor in 1925, this Old Hollywood Classic is steeped in Hollywood history and has played host to many musical acts including The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, and Marilyn Manson. Now up for sale, the nearly 100 year old home is in need of a full restoration but underneath it all one can picture a home as beautiful and timeless as ever.

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Mid-Century Modern Entertainer’s Dream Home – 2268 Holly Drive

In an amazing neighborhood in the Hollywood Hills where on some nights you can hear the music coming from the Hollywood Bowl, this mid-century modern three bedroom retreat awaits its next owner. If you have a love for entertaining, mid-century style, and Southern California indoor/outdoor living, this may be the exact property for you.

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Hollywood Hills Mid-Century Buff & Hensman Estate – 3512 Multiview Drive

A spectacular Buff & Hensman home has hit the market in the Hollywood Hills. 3512 Multiview is a mid-century modern masterpiece set down a private gated drive just three houses from the iconic Mulholland Drive.

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Ivy-Covered Spanish-Style Home in Los Feliz Oaks – 5444 Red Oak Drive

A home fit for a fairytale in the Los Feliz Oaks. This Ivy-covered Spanish-style four bedroom house was built in 1928, making it one of the neighborhood’s original structures.

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Hollywood Hills Arts & Crafts Craftsman Compound – 2209 Canyon Dr

This incredible Hollywood Hills craftsman compound was built in 1904 at the height of the Arts & Crafts movement. 2209 Canyon Drive is a resort-like property on a large, lush and verdant 0.65 acre lot and consists of a four bedroom main house, a guest cottage, recording studio, gym, and a library. All are separate structures which adds to the uniqueness of this rare and wondrous Los Angeles find.

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A Tree Grows in Your Wine Cellar – 1707 Rising Glen Road

Making the splashiest debut in real estate so far this year (we know, it’s only January 3rd…), 1707 Rising Glen Road is a stunning example of a no expense spared remodel done absolutely to perfection.

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Sharp & Stylish Hollywood Hills 60s Modern – 6261 Primrose Ave

On the market for just the second time ever, and located high above the great 101 Coffee Shop, 6261 Primrose Avenue is a masterclass in late mid-century modern design. The two bedroom home is perched floating in the Hollywood Hills and combines city and canyon views, a stylish open floor plan, and a great groove. For Franklin Village fans, the home could not be better located. Nearby establishments and hotspots include Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, La Poubelle Bistro, The Oaks Gourmet Market, Bourgeois Pig, Tailwaggers, and Birds. And nature lovers may also rejoice: inspiring hikes and walks are certainly in store for the home’s next owners, as its just a stone’s throw from Lake Hollywood and Griffith Park. And, last but certainly not least for parents, this mid-century gem is inside the coveted Cheremoya Elementary School District.

Join us at our Open House this Sunday, December 2nd 1-4pm.

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Hollywood Heights Craftsman Bungalow with Lovely Master Suite – 1954 Pinehurst

I love a Hollywood home with a little Hollywood history. This craftsman bungalow located in the Hollywood Heights neighborhood of the Hollywood Hills was once owned by Jean Acker. Acker was an actress and the wife of the legendary actor Rudolph Valentino. Old Hollywood lore has it that on their wedding night Jean locked herself in their hotel suite, refusing to allow Valentino to enter. Their marriage was never consummated, although the two remained friends. Jean lived alone at 1954 Pinehurst while they were married, with Valentino as a frequent visitor. Of course, it is rumored their union was only a “lavender marriage,” a facade in vogue at that time.

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