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Spellbinding 1930s Storybook Tudor Revival in Los Feliz Hills

Old Hollywood glamour and timeless Tudor Revival magic are on full display in this gorgeous Los Feliz Hills home. Built in 1934 by F. Scott Crowhurst, the house is an architectural gem like something out of a storybook fairytale. In fact, the architect was also behind the design of the Walt Disney Estate on Woking Way. The two homes are actually less than half a mile away from one another.

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Price Cut: Classic Hollywood Glamour at One of Los Feliz’s Finest Estates – 4039 Cromwell Avenue

This one-of-a-kind classic, private, and spectacular Andalusian Estate was built by preeminent architect Harry Hayden Whiteley in 1926. The captivating four bedroom home boasts multiple French doors that open to over half an acre of wonderful outdoor areas including courtyards, pool, patios, grassy areas and gardens. At once an entertainer’s paradise and an exclusive retreat, 4039 Cromwell Avenue offers elegant and refined hillside living in an excellent Los Feliz location.

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For Lease: Hollywood Hills French Normandy Cottage – $5,500/mo.

This gorgeous French Normandy cottage is located in the Hollywood Hills. Near Franklin Village, Griffith Park, and Brush Canyon, 2256 Bronson Hill Drive is near enough to hiking trails and shops and restaurants, yet peaceful and removed on its quiet tree-lined street.

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Mid-Century Classic with Lush Grounds & Sweeping Views in Los Feliz – 3543 Holboro Dr

This 1956 mid-century classic is located on a private drive in the hills of Los Feliz, above Los Feliz Boulevard, and just a stone’s throw from the Griffith Observatory, golf courses, and all the hiking trails the park has to offer.

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English-Style Tudor Estate in Los Feliz Hills – 2421 Glendower Ave

Nestled just below Griffith Park on a picturesque hillside in Los Feliz, this beautiful English-style Tudor five bedroom home awaits on a park-like, lush nearly .5 acre grounds.

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Great Horror Movie Night presents The Shining screening

Great Horror Movie Night under the stars in the Griffith Park’s Old Zoo, brought to you by Ten Thirty One Productions.

The Great Horror Movie Night series is back and is kicking off the 2016 season early with a trio of scary movie screenings. The series will begin on March 11 with a showing of Poltergeist at the old abandoned zoo in Griffith Park followed by an April 1 screening of The Shining, then again in May with Friday the 13th (on Friday, May 13!).

Tickets Now Available for $15.00

MARCH 11: POLTERGEIST
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APRIL 1: THE SHINING
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MAY 13: FRIDAY THE 13TH
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