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Villa Roselyn | A Spanish Revival Architectural Masterpiece in Silver Lake | 2280 Panorama Ter.

Welcome to Villa Roselyn, one of the finest homes in Silver Lake’s coveted Moreno Highlands neighborhood. Located in the hills above the Silver Lake Reservoir, Villa Roselyn is a Spanish Revival home built in 1924 that has jaw-dropping views from every window but especially from its stunning rooftop deck.

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Charming California Craftsman + Art Studio/ADU in Pasadena | 149 California Ter.

It’s the first time this charming two bedroom California Craftsman home has hit the market in over forty years. Located in Pasadena with views of iconic Pasadena landmarks like the The Langham Huntington and the Colorado Street Bridge, not to mention just a stone’s throw from Millionaire’s Row and other architecturally historic homes, this two bedroom craftsman comes with a recent garage conversion that is now serving as a stunning 600 square foot art studio. In short, you will be in good company at 149 California Terrace.

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Hollywood Hills Mid-Century Post & Beam & Pool | 2953 Nichols Canyon

This absolutely stunning mid-century modern post and beam home in the Nichols Canyon Colony in the Hollywood Hills was built in 1958. When I first laid eyes on this three bedroom beauty I was surprised it wasn’t designed by famed mid-century architect William Krisel, perhaps best known for his pioneering and influential post and beam homes in Palm Springs. In fact, I’m still not quite convinced it isn’t.

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Iconic Hollywood Hills Mid-Century Modern | 2744 Cardwell Place

One of the premier mid-century modern homes in the Hollywood Hills with an iconic New Wave Hollywood history and a one-of-a-kind architectural reputation, this stunning 3 bedroom pool home is located in one of the quietest, most beautiful, and peaceful locations in the hills above the Sunset Strip and Laurel Canyon.

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Enchanting Spanish Colonial Home in Beachwood Canyon | 5944 Manola Way

This enchanting Spanish-style home is nestled in the heart of historic Beachwood Canyon, close to Hollywoodland and the iconic Hollywood sign. With a focus on modern luxury and timeless elegance, the property has been meticulously revitalized and restored over the past year and is now at its absolute prime.

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Classic Ivy-Covered Mediterranean Estate on Los Feliz Boulevard | 4962 Los Feliz Blvd.

Built by renowned “Chicago School” architect John Danley Atchison circa 1925, this brilliant ivy-covered Mediterranean estate has unparalleled curb appeal with classic authentic details and incredibly original Golden Era charm. Located in an unbeatable location in prime Los Feliz, this expansive four bedroom home with a private two-room guest house and glistening pool is a romantic and enticing possibility for those looking to own a timeless estate in the east side’s best neighborhood.

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Luminous Living & Extraordinary Views of the Pacific in Beverly Hills | 13310 Mulholland Drive

This expansive and luminous residence, built just after the mid-century modern period but adorned with mid-century design elements, is graciously situated on the northern slopes of Mulholland Drive in the toniest of neighborhoods: Beverly Hills, 90210. The .35 acre property is ideally secluded from the street below and enjoys incredible hilltop views of all of Los Angeles and, on a clear day, the glimmering Pacific Ocean.

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Reimagined & Renovated Classic Spanish-Style Home in Leimert Park | 3990 S Bronson Ave.

This stylishly reimagined and brilliantly renovated Spanish-style home is a stunning classic in the heart of the historic Leimert Park neighborhood of South Los Angeles. Leimert Park has a rich history and a vibrant cultural significance that spans several decades.

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Rare Mid-Century Modern in the Sunset Strip’s Star-Studded Bird Streets | 9226 Swallow Dr.

A rare and unique opportunity awaits in the highly sought-after and absolutely star-studded neighborhood of The Bird Streets of Doheny Estates just off the Sunset Strip. This authentic 1960s mid-century modern time capsule presents incredible potential for re-imagination and has breathtaking jetliner views spanning from the Pacific to Catalina, Downtown, and the entire Los Angeles Basin.

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Lush & Lively Architectural Home with Pool in Los Feliz Oaks | 5538 Green Oak Dr.

The small enclave of Los Feliz Oaks was originally known as Rancho Los Feliz, one of the first land grants in California. Given in 1795 by Spanish Governor Pedro Fages to José Vicente Feliz, one of the first Spanish settlers in California. One notable home is the Los Feliz Adobe, built in 1930 an old adobe house built in the 1830s by heirs of Feliz that still stands in Griffith Park at the Park Ranger’s Headquarters. Today, the neighborhood is a close-knit hillside community known for its many architecturally significant homes and easy access into the park and the Hollywood Sign.

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