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Charming Eagle Rock Cottage Up a Flight of Secret Stairs – 6036 Eucalyptus Lane

Step up a flight of secret stairs and into your own artistic sanctuary. An inspirational retreat built circa 1923 on bucolic Eucalyptus Lane. The street was once described by urban historian Charles Fleming in Secret Stairs: A Walking Guide to the Historic Staircases of Los Angeles as, “Topanga Canyon living in the heart of Eagle Rock.”

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1920s Modernist & Cubist Hollywood Dell Home | 6460 Odin St.

This gated and private modernist home was designed by architect Irving Gill in 1923, making it one of the very first homes in the Hollywood Dell enclave of the Hollywood Hills.

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Artistic Laurel Canyon Hideaway on Lookout Mountain

Ask anyone in Hollywood where the craziest people live and they’ll say Laurel Canyon. And ask anyone in Laurel Canyon where the craziest people live and they’ll say Lookout Mountain. So I bought a house on Lookout Mountain. — Joni Mitchell

This large and light-filled home located in Laurel Canyon’s Lookout Mountain was one of the original homes of the hillside. Built in 1922, this expansive log cabin-esque six bedroom retreat will have you tapping your foot to the music of The Mamas and the Papas, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Joni Mitchell, Jim Morrison, and more. All of whom lived nearby on the mountain the 1960s and 1970s.

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Cahuenga Pass Cozy Quarters – 6810 Cahuenga Park Trail

At this streamlined, freshly remodeled, one bedroom home in the Cahuenga Pass neighborhood of the Hollywood Hills, tiny living meets high style. While at a compact 600 square feet, 6810 Cahuenga Park Trail presents the ultimate opportunity for a bachelor pad, pied-à-terre, vacation rental, or a home for those looking for a low maintenance quarters in an amazing location close to Hollywood, Burbank studios, and so much more.

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Attractive Mid-Century Hillside Home Near Runyon Canyon – 2123 Outpost Drive

Poised on over half an acre and set up against the hillside in the Outpost Estates is this attractive and charming mid-century two bedroom home. With the Hollywood Bowl and Runyon Canyon as your backyard, this home would be perfect for music lovers and trailblazers alike.

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Mid-Century Modern Condo in Landmark Co-Op Complex by Architect Gregory Ain

Welcome to Avenel Homes, a landmark 10-unit cooperative housing development designed by master architect Gregory Ain in 1947. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places and located in the coveted Ivanhoe School District, this is a rare opportunity to own a piece of mid-century modern history and what the Los Angeles Times in 2002 called, a “compact but stylish design [that] may provide a blueprint for L.A.’s future.” Renovated in the early 2000s by architect Michael Folonis, this unit is a must-see.

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Just Listed: Rancho Palos Verdes Traditional with Pacific Ocean Views

This lovely 3 bedroom Traditional-style house returns to the market for the first time since 1971. Built in 1963, the home enjoys sweeping and unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean and sunset vistas from virtually every window.

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Hollywood Hills Mid-Century Modern with Canyon & City Views – 7332 Pacific View Drive

This stylish and updated mid-century modern home in the Hollywood Hills is private and secluded, yet still only a short stroll to Runyon Canyon and Mulholland Drive.

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Stunning Los Feliz Oaks Architectural Home – 2438 Canyon Oak Dr

The longtime personal residence and offices of distinguished American architects, designers, and preservationists Louis Wiehle and Christopher Carr, 2438 Canyon Oak Drive in the Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood of the Hollywood Hills is a stylish masterclass in form and function. Making the most of a canyon site that climbs up steeply from a winding hillside street, this three-story residence is a must-see.

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Just Listed: Seclusion & Privacy at Casa Kienholtz in Outpost Estates

Welcome to Casa Kienholtz! The longtime home of Lyn Kienholz, a fierce champion of California artists, beloved socialite, and founder of the California/International Arts Foundation, she regularly hosted well known artists, writers and other public figures for nightly dinner parties creating a lively modern day salon in the vein of Gertrude Stein at this country French retreat in the Hollywood Hills.

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