Archive for the ‘Hollywood Hills’ Category

Romantic Mid-Century Hollywood Hills Cottage – 7280 Caverna Dr

This stunning mid-century post and beam home is tucked away in the Hollywood Hills and is rumored to be where Carrie Fisher and Paul Simon first fell in love during the early years of their relationship.

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1920s Beachwood Canyon Cottage – 2644 North Beachwood Dr

This incredible 1920s Spanish-style three bedroom cottage in Beachwood Canyon is that rare find in the hills that is shielded from the tumult of Beachwood Drive yet just doors from Beachwood Cafe and Market. The home is perched on its own private knoll and is primed and ready for you to move in.

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Colorful & Cool Mid-Century Modern Los Feliz Hills Home – 2320 Alto Oak Dr

This cool, colorful and updated mid-century modern home is located in the exclusive Oaks section in the Los Feliz hills where all the sleepy streets are named after different types of oak trees. 2320 Alto Oak Drive is a stunning example of mid-century style and boasts incredible views of the canyon, downtown LA, Hollywood, and the Griffith Observatory.

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Grey’s Anatomy Star Ellen Pompeo’s Mid-Century Upside Down House – 3343 Adina

Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo and her husband, the music producer Chris Ivery, have listed their dynamic and unconventional “upside down” mid-century modern tree house in the Hollywood Hills. Upside down, you ask? The main living spaces are on the top floor, while the entrance to the home is on the ground level.

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Romantic Runyon Canyon 1920s English Estate – 1853 North Vista

At the base of Runyon Canyon, this stunning five bedroom English-style estate awaits. Built in 1923 and pristinely maintained and updated over the century, this magical and rare property feels like a hideaway in the Hollywood Hills, yet it’s just a stone’s throw from all the nightlife and business of the Sunset Strip.

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Hollywood Hills Artist’s Retreat – 1977 Hillcrest

This rustic artist’s retreat in the Hollywood Hills could become your own private compound and refuge amidst the city. 1977 Hillcrest Road boasts a two bedroom main house, a separate one bed guest house, and lush and green grounds that include stairways, waterfalls, and aviaries. If you’re looking for inspiration, you’ll find it here.

1977 Hillcrest Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Price: $1,395,000

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3.5
Square feet: 1,284
Lot Size: 5,492 Sq. Ft.
Year Built: 1932

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Neutra’s Schaarman House & Star of Indie Film The Anniversary Party

Another incredible home by architect Richard Neutra sells in the Hollywood Hills. The Schaarman House, built in 1951, is considered a pristine example of Neutra’s work. The well-preserved home is tucked away on a hilltop cul-de-sac in the Hollywood Hills and boasts views in every direction. The four-bedroom sold for $7.475 to acclaimed streetwear designer Hiroki Nakamura. The classic Neutra also was the sole setting (and star) of the 2001 independent film The Anniversary Party, which was written, directed, and starred Jennifer Jason Leigh and Alan Cumming.

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The 10 Best Hollywood Hills Homes For Sale Under $2,000,000

Don’t let the zip code fool you. Every once in a while a fantastic Hollywood Hills home hits the market for less than $2,000,000. Here are just ten wonderful Hollywood Hills homes for sale today. Which one would you choose?

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Sprawling Hollywood Hills Mid-Century Ranch – 6304 Bryn Mawr Dr.

Welcome to The Ranch, a stunning and sprawling Hollywood Hills property on the market for the first time in 67 years. How, you may be asking, is that possible? The mid-century ranch style home was built in 1949 and has had just a single owner. It’s the kind of romantic and visionary home that once you see you instantly fall in love with it and decide to stay put.

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For Lease: Barbara Stanwyck’s Whitley Heights Estate – 6666 Whitley Terrace

In 1918, H. J. Whitley commissioned architect A. S. Barnes to design Whitley Heights as a Mediterranean-style neighborhoods on the hillsides above Hollywood Boulevard, and by the 1920s all of Hollywood’s brightest stars of the golden era were moving in. Rudolph Valentino, W.C. Fields, Jean Harlow, Carole Lombard, Tyrone Power, Gloria Swanson, Marlene Dietrich, Rosalind Russell, Judy Garland and Oscar, Emmy, and Golden Globe winner Barbara Stanwyck, who lived in this grand four bedroom Mediterranean estate with a beautiful blue tiled swimmer’s pool. And now you can live here too.

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