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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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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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For Lease: Stunning Eco-Friendly Architectural Pool Retreat Near Lake Hollywood

A stunning Architectural eco-friendly pool retreat designed by Living Homes on Lake Hollywood Reservoir! Live surrounded by nature with direct access to hiking trails yet be only moments to the Sunset Strip, Hollywood, & The Valley. This completely private 3 bed/2.5 bath environmentally conscious sanctuary features floor to ceiling Fleetwood windows and doors that open seamlessly to a glistening pool and spa with no neighbors in sight. A true live/work dream oasis offering the perfect balance of indoor/outdoor California living enhanced by endless natural light imbuing every room. The main floor consists of a spectacular great room: open living, dining, chef’s kitchen, plus two beds and a WFH office overlooking the pool and backyard. The luxurious primary suite occupies the entire 2nd floor and has an expansive private balcony that looks out at the iconic Hollywood Sign. Direct access 2 car garage, plus additional off-street parking. Available furnished, partially furnished, or unfurnished. Enjoy the extraordinary Hollywood Hills lifestyle!

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‘Castillo de la Esperanza’ Near Lake Hollywood with Hogwarts Views | 3527 Wonder View Dr.

This romantic 1930s Spanish villa is known as “Castillo de la Esperanza,” or Castle of Hope. The expansive estate is sited on over half an acre in the lush hills above Lake Hollywood. The property offers stunning panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills hillside and an enchanting and rare view in the northern direction of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, alma mater of Harry Potter, of course, and a popular tourist attraction at Universal Studios plus a newish addition to the skyline over the hill.

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Just Listed: Classic Hollywood Hills Spanish Estate | 3232 Benda Street

3232 Benda Street is a stunning modern interpretation of a classic 1930s Spanish Estate nestled in the Hollywood Knolls with a pool, spa, and gardens.

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Runyon Canyon is Closing, But Don’t Panic!

Some of you may have heard the devastating news yesterday: Runyon Canyon, perhaps Los Angeles’s most iconic hiking destination, will close temporarily in April until at least July 1 because of a “public safety concern.” According to Estevan Montemayor, director of communications for area city Councilman David Ryu, commissioners of the Department of Recreation and Parks voted to close the popular Hollywood hiking trail in order to repair a leaking, 100-year-old water pipe.

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