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Chic & Stylish Mid-Century Pool Retreat & Guest House in Nichols Canyon | 2714 Nichols Canyon Road

Featured in Architectural Digest, this enchanting Bohemian chic retreat is a stylish multi-structure property tucked away in nature in Nichols Canyon behind double gates and tall shrubs.

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Vine-Enshrouded Runyon Canyon Mediterranean Revival Commissioned by Samuel Goldwyn | 1757 N Gardner St

Welcome home to 1757 N. Gardner Street, an exquisite Mediterranean Revival estate nestled in the highly coveted Runyon Canyon area of the Hollywood Hills, near the serene and iconic Wattles Garden Park. This special ivy-covered home was commissioned and built by none other than Samuel Goldwyn, the legendary producer and cofounder of MGM, infusing the estate with a rich and rare Hollywood legacy.

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Views & Vaulted Ceilings at Laurel Canyon Mid-Century | 2251 Sunset Heights Dr.

Laurel Canyon living at its finest, this exquisite mid-century modern residence is tucked away at the end of a quiet, hilltop cul-de-sac on of the legendary neighborhood’s premier streets.

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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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Mid-Century Modern Daydream in Laurel Canyon | 2605 Laurel Pass

2605 Laurel Pass is an extraordinary masterpiece of mid-century modern architecture and lush landscape design. This exceptional home, constructed in 1957 by Matlin & Chapman Architects and meticulously designed by the renowned landscape artist, Jamie Durie, offers a unique opportunity to live in a true architectural gem in a legendary Laurel Canyon location.

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Hollywood Hills Retro-Style Modernist Traditional | 8329 Kirkwood Dr.

Just a stone’s throw from the Sunset Strip and Laurel Canyon in the Hollywood Hills, this exquisite home is nestled in the hillside and is a fully remodeled mid-century retro-style Traditional. From its pitch black exterior to its warm and inviting interiors and substantial outdoor spaces, 8329 Kirkwood Drive offers an exceptional blend of style, luxury, and comfort. All in the coveted Wonderland Elementary School District, no less!

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Spaulding Square California Craftsman with Pool & Guest House | 1334 N Orange Grove Ave.

This updated and modern California Craftsman home offers excellent West Hollywood living with elegant architecture, luxury finishes, a fantastic pool and private backyard, plus a guest house primed for overnight guests, short term rental income, or an artists & writing studio.

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Hollywood Hills Craftsman Compound with Pool, Guest House, & Studio | 2002 La Brea Terrace

Inside an exclusive gated community on La Brea Terrace, this Hollywood Hills compound is a stunning example of a California Craftsman restoration.

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Iconic Mid-Century Post & Beam by Edward H. Fickett, FAIA | 7541 Woodrow Wilson Drive

This immaculate mid-century post and beam home designed by the legendary California Modernist architect Edward H. Fickett has been completely reimagined and restored by the owners in collaboration with one of the best architects working today, Dan Brunn, in 2016. Perched at the top of Nichols Canyon on a large private lot, this iconic piece of architectural history offers contemporary comfort while remaining true to its historic roots.

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