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Mid-Century Post & Beam with Pool & Views in Hollywoodland | 3132 Hollyridge Drive

Nestled within the storied and renowned hills of Hollywoodland lies this breathtaking mid-century modern post & beam oasis boasting unparalleled vistas from the pool and backyard spanning from the serene canyon all the way to the vast expanse of the Pacific ocean.

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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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Hollywoodland Spanish Compound with Pool, Guest House, & Writers Cabin | 3045 Hollyridge Dr.

This private Spanish compound is set on an expansive three lots in the heart of Hollywoodland, one of the original Los Angeles homes of the roaring 1920s. With head-on views of the iconic Hollywood sign, a pool, guest house, writers studio, and lush manicured grounds, it is one of the great classic estates of the Hollywood Hills.

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Spanish Colonial Casa Canem by Architect Carl Lindbom in Hollywoodland

Built by famed architect Carl Lindbom in 1927, “Casa Canem” is a world-class Spanish Colonial estate on nearly half an acre in Hollywoodland with stunning up-close views of the iconic Hollywood sign, impeccable style, and fortress-like grounds.

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1923 Spanish Colonial in Whitley Heights – 6867 Iris Cir

Welcome to the Theodore Wright Jr. House! Theodore Wright Jr. was a physician and surgeon in the early days of Hollywood. The spectacular Spanish Colonial, set in the historic Whitley Heights section of the Hollywood Hills has been home to numerous television and film stars throughout the years, including actresses Rose McGowan, Rachel Bilson, Busy Phillips, and Ginnifer Goodwin.

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A Hollywood Fairytale: A Hollywoodland Storybook Original Featured on Fox 11 LA

3072 Belden Drive is a beautiful 4 bedroom storybook style home as well as a original Hollywoodland home. Located above Beachwood Canyon’s Two Stone Gates, and just below the Hollywood sign, the home was featured in Curbed LA and Vintage Los Angeles, selected as a Home of the Week by the Los Angeles Times, and chosen for a spotlight on Fox 11 Los Angeles. Watch it below!

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Beachwood Canyon Artist’s Retreat with Tree House – 2946 Beachwood Drive

This 3 bedroom Mediterranean-inspired beauty is one of the Hollywoodland’s original homes. Beyond Beachwood Canyon’s prized Two Stone Gates, 2946 Beachwood Drive was built in 1925 with rare craftsmanship and superb quality. The home and grounds have been lovingly restored and updated for its debut on the real estate market for the first time in a generation.

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Beautiful Beachwood Canyon Spanish-style Home – 3311 Ledgewood Drive

This beautiful 1920s Spanish-style four bedroom home is located in an excellent Beachwood Canyon location, above Two Stone Gates and just below the iconic Hollywood sign. The estate is gated and walled and set back from the street creating plentiful privacy and seclusion in the Hollywood Hills.

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