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Urban Retreat in Melrose Village Walker’s Paradise | 623 N Sierra Bonita Ave

This extraordinarily private urban retreat in Hollywood’s Melrose Village neighborhood is a Spanish-style pool home with modern updates mixed with classic vintage details by Los Angeles design firm bettershelter.

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Golden Era Condo at the Legendary El Cabrillo in Hollywood | 1834 Grace Avenue

Live like a Golden Era starlet at this superb condominium located in the legendary El Cabrillo Complex in the heart of Hollywood. And with a high walk score of 95, the property is considered a “walker’s paradise” perfect for strolling to the Sunday Farmers Market, Pantages, and so much more. Long considered one of Hollywood’s most fashionable addresses, this ultra-famous Spanish Colonial Revival landmark was designed by architects Arthur and Nina Zwebell 1927-1928 and commissioned by movie mogul Cecil B. DeMille.

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California Bungalow with Pool & Guest House in the Heart of Silver Lake | 1811 Micheltorena

This stunning California bungalow with a pool, guest house, and high style to spare is located on one of the best streets in the heart of the Silver Lake hillside. The expansive and private resort-style property is a must see for east siders or those planning to move to the neighborhood.

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Updated Mid-Century Modern in Laurel Canyon | 8509 Crescent Drive

This sleek and stylish mid-century modern home has been nicknamed “The Tree House” and it’s easy to see why. Nestled among the treetops deep inside Laurel Canyon, this expansive four bedroom smart home has been fully remodeled and immaculately reimagined by the exclusive and leading design studio BSPK.

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Mid-Century in Silver Lake Steps From the Reservoir

This stunning mid-century modern home was designed by acclaimed architect Eugene Choy in 1954 and has been restored to its original design with an immaculate attention to detail.

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An Urban Farmer’s Dream Home on a Sprawling 10,806 Sq. Ft. Lot

An urban farmer’s dream home on the Eagle Rock/Highland Park border. This charming two bed, one bath cottage is sited on a sprawling 10,806 sq. ft. lot offering sweeping canyon and mountain vistas and endless possibilities.

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Laurel Canyon Storybook Gem by Architect Charles H. Kyson – 8012 Lark Lane

This ultra charming and altogether artistic storybook-style gem was designed by renowned architect Charles H. Kyson. Kyson was a native Angeleno, born in 1883, and was a major influence in the early construction of homes in the Hollywood Hills in the 1920s. This three bedroom home was built in 1924 making it one of the very first homes built in the hillside neighborhood of Laurel Canyon.

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Studio City Contemporary Family Farm House – 11279 Dona Lisa Drive

11279 Dona Lisa Drive is a lovely and large contemporary farm house with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, excellent indoor/outdoor and open concept living areas, luxury finishes, and cutting edge Smart Home technology.

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Just Listed: Restored 1940s Spanish-style in Outpost Estates

2763 Outpost Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90067

$1,498,000 | 3 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 1,629 square feet | Lot size: 10,066 Sq. Ft. | Built in 1940 | Valley View Elementary School

Experience classic Hollywood elegance in this beautifully restored 1940s Spanish-style home in the prestigious upper Outpost Estates neighborhood of the Hollywood Hills. Take the virtual 3D tour above or click here.

And read the feature in Curbed LA here.

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Mid-Century Modern Palm Springs Condo by “Sunnylands” Architect A. Quincy Jones

If you are in Palm Springs for Modernism Week you definitely don’t want to miss this time capsule condo by master architect A. Quincy Jones in the exclusive Country Club Estates. While tours of many notable mid-century homes during the city’s popular Modernism Week, including arguably A. Quincy Jones’s most famous work “Sunnlylands,” are sold out at $45+ a visit, you can see this stunning, nearly untouched example of the great architect’s 1950s work for free. Of course, buying the 2 bed/ 2 bed condo is another story.

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