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Hollywood Dell Hillside Fixer Spanish Revival | 2404 San Marco Drive

This legendary classic is steeped in Hollywood history and has played host to many musical acts including The Rolling Stones and Fleetwood Mac. Originally built for silent screen actress Mary Astor in 1925, the expansive five bedroom Spanish Revival villa is now up for sale.

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Chic & Stylish Hollywood Hills Mid-Century | 6750 Mulholland Drive

Located down a shared private driveway off of Mulholland Drive, this chic and stylish 3 bedroom, 2 bath mid-century home has been completely updated with only the finest materials and the most discerning taste to create a truly stunning example of mid-century modern revival in the Hollywood Hills.

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Lush & Private Whitley Heights Mid-Century Modern | 2019 Grace Ave.

This beautiful mid-century modern traditional home has stunning views, stylish upgrades, timeless design and is located in the fantastic and historic neighborhood of Whitley Heights.

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AIA Pasadena Award-Winning Kaweah Rockhouse | 1847 Kaweah Drive

Welcome to the 2019 AIA Pasadena award-winning Kaweah Rockhouse, designed by architect Elsye Alam, a SCI-Arc trained female architect and owner. Sited on a difficult hillside, Alam deftly placed and built the three level home to take advantage of the unique slope and challenging topography of the land. The result is a stunning one-of-a-kind modern architectural home with sweeping views and sleek, beautiful interiors.

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Hollywoodland Mid-Century Modern in Lush Hillside Setting | 6363 Rodgerton Dr.

This Bohemian chic mid-century modern home is a soulful, spiritual, and stylish retreat in a spectacular location in Hollywood, just a stone’s throw from Lake Hollywood, the Garden of Oz, the Hollywood Sign, and multiple hiking trail heads. But once you see 6363 Rodgerton Drive’s incredible, tranquil, and lush backyard paradise you may never want to leave home. It is quite simply one of the most lush walk-out yards in the area.

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Gorgeous Spanish Colonial in Los Feliz with Courtyard, Pool, Spa, Cabana & More

Located in a spectacular enclave of Los Feliz, high above the boulevard and just below a Griffith Park entrance, this gorgeous Spanish Colonial-style home was built in 1929 and features a lush courtyard, several patios with amazing views, a pool, spa, cabana, privacy, and custom designer finishes throughout.

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Bohemian Chic & Stylish Venice Beach Spanish | 745 Brooks Avenue

This charming 3 bedroom Venice Beach Spanish-style home is located just blocks from the ocean and all of the shops and restaurants on bustling Abbot Kinney Boulevard.

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Grand Italian Villa in the Hollywood Dell | 2285 La Granada Drive

This grand Italian-style villa was built in 1923 making it one of the very first homes to line the Hollywood Hills enclave of the Hollywood Dell. Set high above other homes in the area on a large 1/3 acre lot with extraordinary views that offer a near panorama of the canyon. Neighborhood rumor has it that it was once lived in by Pola Negri and Rudolph Valentino and was also briefly owned by the Getty Family at one point.

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Franklin Hills Spanish Built by Designer of the Iconic Pantages Theatre – 1570 Sanborn Ave.

Own a piece of Hollywood history with this fabulous Spanish-style home in Los Feliz’s wonderful Franklin Hills neighborhood. The home was built in 1928 by sculptor Steven Gaal making it one of the original homes in the area. Gaal was a prestigious artist who also designed the iconic Egyptian and Pantages theatre interiors. After moving to Los Angeles in 1925, he established this as his studio-home where he sculpted portrait busts, whippets, and commemorative coins. Gaal also worked with Walt Disney on some of his early cartoon characters and then painted sets for Universal, Paramount, and United Artists.

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Romantic English Tudor by Architect Garrett Van Pelt – 1585 East Altadena Drive

This romantic and stylish English Tudor residence in Altadena was designed and built by architect Garrett Van Pelt in 1929. Van Pelt was one of the premier architects in early 1900s Los Angeles and lived in nearby Pasadena in a home he built for himself and his family.

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