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Beachwood Canyon Mediterranean Under the Watchful Eye of the Hollywood Sign | 6347 Rodgerton Drive

Just under the watchful and always inspiring eye of the iconic Hollywood Sign, this beauty in Beachwood Canyon is a cinematic dream come true.

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Dreamy Pied-à-Terre in Beachwood Canyon Designed by Iconic Female Architect Marie Russak Hotchener

Located in the picturesque Beachwood Canyon, where anyone who’s anyone gets their start in Hollywood, is this stunning pied-à-terre.  The condo is as a true gem that perfectly embodies the essence of Hollywood’s history and charm. Built in 1933, this remarkable building was designed by a rare-for-the-time female architect, Marie Russak Hotchener, also known as “Helios,” and also an opera singer.

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Peaceful & Private Moroccan-Inspired Sanctuary in Los Feliz Oaks | 5867 Canyon Cove

This 1920s Spanish-style home is located in the serene Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood, just south of the Hollywood Sign. The two bedroom home is a true gem that offers a charming and emotional atmosphere. A sanctuary of a home, the property also includes an exquisite Moroccan-inspired backyard that is a beautiful escape that simply delights the senses.

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Stunning & Historic Spanish-Style Beauty in the Hollywood Dell | 2400 El Contento Drive

A stunning combination of original Hollywoodland charm, epic Golden Age history, and luxe modern amenities make this Spanish-style home in the Hollywood Dell a rare and wonderful option for the most discerning and shrewd Los Angeles buyers. As one of the original homes built in these rolling hills in the early 1920s, the home was used as the architecture and planning office of Harry Chandler and developers Tracy E. Shoults and S. H. Woodruff who formed a syndicate that would establish the Hollywoodland development in 1923. The three also envisioned and commissioned the now iconic “HOLLYWOODLAND” sign to advertise their properties to the stars and entertainment industry professionals living below. Their sales office, still standing today, was the first structure they built at the entrance of the neighborhood at 2700 N. Beachwood Drive. It was designed in a “storybook” style by John DeLario, the principal architect of the neighborhood in the 1920s. DeLario was also responsible for designing the Two Stone Gates and many of the new homes in the rapidly growing hillside.

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Rare & Remodeled Beachwood Canyon 2 Bedroom Townhome – 2147 North Beachwood Drive #3

A rare and remodeled townhome in a modern 6-unit complex on Beachwood Drive has hit the market. The last time a unit was available in this complex was in 2004, so for house hunters hoping to own a condo with a low HOA in the neighborhood should not miss this great opportunity.

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Live at the Top of St. Andrews Place in Los Feliz/Beachwood Sweet Spot

Located in the Hollywood Grove neighborhood, in that sweet spot between Los Feliz and Beachwood Canyon and in the 90068 zip code, this 3 bedroom Traditional-style home is a Los Angeles classic. It also has quite an interesting Hollywood history, but we’ll get to that right after we see the pool…

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Views of the Hollywood Sign at Beachwood Mid-Century Modern – 3133 Hollyridge Drive

Designed by notable architect Maurice L. Bein in 1962, this stylish mid-century modern radiates with form, function, sharp lines, and Beachwood Canyon views.

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Live In Marilyn Monroe’s Former Apartment at Chateau Beachwood – 2203 N Beachwood

Built in 1937 by Warner Brothers Studios to accommodate their rotating stable of actors and artists, the Chateau Beachwood is a 10-unit French-style complex is located between Franklin Village and the iconic Two Stone Gates entrance to Beachwood Canyon.

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Sharp & Stylish Hollywood Hills 60s Modern – 6261 Primrose Ave

On the market for just the second time ever, and located high above the great 101 Coffee Shop, 6261 Primrose Avenue is a masterclass in late mid-century modern design. The two bedroom home is perched floating in the Hollywood Hills and combines city and canyon views, a stylish open floor plan, and a great groove. For Franklin Village fans, the home could not be better located. Nearby establishments and hotspots include Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, La Poubelle Bistro, The Oaks Gourmet Market, Bourgeois Pig, Tailwaggers, and Birds. And nature lovers may also rejoice: inspiring hikes and walks are certainly in store for the home’s next owners, as its just a stone’s throw from Lake Hollywood and Griffith Park. And, last but certainly not least for parents, this mid-century gem is inside the coveted Cheremoya Elementary School District.

Join us at our Open House this Sunday, December 2nd 1-4pm.

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For Lease: Hollywood Hills French Normandy Cottage – $5,500/mo.

This gorgeous French Normandy cottage is located in the Hollywood Hills. Near Franklin Village, Griffith Park, and Brush Canyon, 2256 Bronson Hill Drive is near enough to hiking trails and shops and restaurants, yet peaceful and removed on its quiet tree-lined street.

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