Archive for the ‘Franklin Village’ Category

Luxurious Spanish-Style Home in Beachwood Canyon with Views of the Hollywood Sign | 3316 Ledgewood Drive

Darlings, behold a most splendid offering in the heart of Beachwood Canyon – an exquisite Spanish-style home with Old Hollywood allure at 3316 Ledgewood Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90068. Spread out over an expansive 3,407 square feet, not including the massive outdoor patios, and listed at just $850 a square foot, the asking price may be a mere trifle for the discerning buyer.

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Lavish & Luxurious Hollywood Dell Estate | 2301 Hollyridge Drive

Peek behind the gates of this home on the iconic Hollyridge Drive and you’ll discover an unparalleled experience of luxury and relaxation. This extraordinary residence is nestled within an incredible park-like setting, occupying a double lot with sprawling flat grounds adorned by mature landscapes and majestic trees.

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The Legendary El Cabrillo Courtyard Complex in Hollywood – 1838 Grace Ave

A rare unit has opened up in the famed and historic El Cabrillo courtyard complex in Hollywood. Set just below Franklin Blvd., the 10 unit El Cabrillo was originally commissioned by Cecile B. DeMille. DeMille originally built it to house Broadway stage actors moving to Los Angeles to work in sound films. The location was chosen so that it was at the foot of Whitley Heights and DeMille’s studio, which was then Hollywood’s premier address, where Chaplin and Valentino had houses.

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Marmol Radziner Restored Mid-Century Modern in The Oaks

The sophistication and grace of mid-century modernism is a timeless aesthetic, yet the priceless style can become deteriorated or destroyed due to neglect or misguided renovations. The team at Marmol Radziner, who meticulously restored this mid-century home in the coveted Oaks enclave in the Hollywood Hills, have reinstated and reinvigorated the style and taste of some of Southern California’s most famous mid-century residences by master architects such as Rudolph Schindler, John Lautner, and Richard Neutra.


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