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Sleek Mid-Century Modern Time Capsule in Los Feliz Hills

This sleek mid-century modern is located in a fantastic location in the Los Feliz Hills just a block or two from an entrance to Griffith Park’s many hiking trails. The three bedroom, three bathroom home was built in 1955 and is an excellent time capsule of the mid-century modern style.

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Historic Jefferson Park Craftsman Bungalow – 2082 West 29th Place

This beautifully restored Craftsman bungalow is located in the historic Jefferson Park neighborhood, near USC. The two bedroom home, built in 1905, is within the Historic Preservation Overlay Zone and is distinguished as a Mills Act property which offers significant property tax savings.

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Magical Country French Estate in the Hollywood Hills

This absolutely gorgeous one-of-a-kind Country French estate is a magical and secluded retreat from city life. Located in the Hollywood Hills on a rare double lot, close to Mulholland Drive and the Burbank studios, the four bedroom compound is filled with romantic ambience and authentic Country French style and charm.

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Chic Mid-Century Silver Lake Duplex – 3230 Larissa Drive

This chic and stylish mid-century modern duplex is located in the heart of Silver Lake. Just a short distance from all the restaurants and shops on Sunset Junction, and only a quick stroll to the newly opened All Day Baby and Night + Market Song, this four bedroom duplex presents the perfect opportunity to live in one of the hippest neighborhoods in town while collecting a healthy amount of rental income.

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Historic Whitley Heights Mediterranean with 25 Ft. Leaded Glass Windows & a Guest House

This stunning three bedroom home in Whitley Heights was built in 1922, distinguishing it as one of the very first homes in this Hollywood Hills neighborhood. Soon to celebrate its centennial anniversary, the romantic Mediterranean has been lovingly maintained and preserved by the same owners for nearly 35 years.

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Spanish Colonial Casa Canem by Architect Carl Lindbom in Hollywoodland

Built by famed architect Carl Lindbom in 1927, “Casa Canem” is a world-class Spanish Colonial estate on nearly half an acre in Hollywoodland with stunning up-close views of the iconic Hollywood sign, impeccable style, and fortress-like grounds.

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Reimagined 5 Bedroom Gem in Studio City – 13025 Dickens Street

A handsome and stylishly reimagined 5 bedroom home has just hit the market totally unrecognizable from its previous incarnation. Located in a fantastic Studio City neighborhood, just south of Ventura Boulevard, near Sportsman’s Lodge, and a short stroll to Harvard-Westlake Upper School, the home is a must-see for those of you searching for a turnkey, totally renovated property that provides plenty of space and privacy.

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Charming 1920s English Tudor in Los Feliz – 1937 Myra Ave

This lovely and unique English Tudor-style home is on the market for the first time in 45 years. Located in the highly desirable Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Feliz, the three bedroom beauty has been immaculately maintained over the years, features many upgrades throughout, and great, private outdoor spaces. Last sold in 1973 for just under $50,000, the property offers a rare opportunity to own a timeless nearly 100-year-old year old home.

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Beautiful Bird Streets Traditional – 1518 Blue Jay Way

This beautiful Bird Streets Traditional estate has been lovingly maintained by the same family for decades. The property exudes classic Hollywood Hills elegance and sits on a rare hilltop promontory thats offers panoramic views of Downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean and beyond.

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Elegant Mid-City Mansion – 1953 Buckingham Road

1953 Buckingham Road is an elegant and refined Spanish-style home originally built in the 1920s that has been immaculately restored and stylishly redesigned with modern flourishes and tasteful upgrades. The large 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom family home is a Mid City treasure located in the heart of Lafayette Square.

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