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The Original Outpost: Historic Estate on the Site of Hollywood’s First Adobe Home | 1851 Outpost Drive

Welcome home to “The Original Outpost,” Historic-Cultural Monument No. 673, City of Los Angeles. This storied property played an extraordinarily important role in the early days of Los Angeles and later became the longtime home of famed The Price is Right host Bob Barker. This expansive property and gorgeous Spanish Colonial home is now on the market for the first time in decades.

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Private & Updated Craftsman Compound Near Runyon Canyon | 7523 Franklin Avenue

Not only is 7523 Franklin Avenue a gorgeous craftsman home with incredible and expansive gardens and grounds, the amazing property is located at the tail end of Franklin Avenue between Wattles Park and Runyon Canyon. A highly desirable location in the foothills of the Hollywood Hills, near all the best hiking, picnicking, and restaurants, shopping, and nightlife.

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Peaceful & Private Spanish-Style Retreat in the Hollywood Hills – 7321 Caverna Drive

Enjoy mesmerizing city light views and majestic mountain vistas that reach all the way to the Hollywood Sign from nearly every window of this peaceful, powerful Spanish retreat in the Hollywood Hills.

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Romantic Runyon Canyon 1920s English Estate – 1853 North Vista

At the base of Runyon Canyon, this stunning five bedroom English-style estate awaits. Built in 1923 and pristinely maintained and updated over the century, this magical and rare property feels like a hideaway in the Hollywood Hills, yet it’s just a stone’s throw from all the nightlife and business of the Sunset Strip.

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Mid-Century Contemporary Hideaway in the Outpost Estates – 2249 Chelan Place

Hidden away on an Outpost Estates cul-de-sac in The Hollywood Hills near Runyon Canyon, this resort style four bedroom, three bathroom mid-century contemporary home takes perfect advantage of its ideal setting.

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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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