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Ultramodern & Architectural Gem Perched Under the Hollywood Sign | 6325 Heather Drive

This stunning architectural home feels like a perfect example of Streamline Moderne for the Digital Age. With its wall of two-story windows and doors, the home revels in the lush canyon energy by day while the glorious city lights shine and energize the space at night.

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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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Hollywood Hills Mid-Century Modern – 6310 Bryn Mawr Drive

This enticing mid-century modern home has excellent curb appeal. Just minutes from the Hollywood sign and the Hollywood Bowl, 6310 Bryn Mawr Drive is a two bedroom property with sharp lines and style to spare.

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