Posts tagged hollywood
Architect Schmarketect - Episode 5: The Hollywood Bowl

Everyone knows the Hollywood Bowl. But do you know who designed it? Or how many there have been? Or how old it is? In this episode, we answer all of these questions and more while enjoying a gorgeous day in the park that is the Hollywood Bowl.


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A Summer of Sales in 60 seconds...

Man, this summer flew by in what feels like the blink of an eye! And while some might say the real estate market has been cooling off, that's definitely not the case from where I'm standing. Here's what happened for me this summer, recapped in 60 seconds...


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A Miesian Oasis: The Moore House by Craig Ellwood

When evaluating a property, one really ought to consider the entire package: the neighborhood, the site, the views, the grounds, and of course, the house. And in this case, the house alone is more than worthy of a blog post, simply because of its architectural pedigree.

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A Hollywood Cottage with Design Wizardry

Check. This. Out. This home is listed as offering a mere 603 square feet of living space on a 2,325 foot lot. And yet it features 1 bedroom, 2 baths (including a tub and 3 showers!), an office, steam room, dry sauna, laundry room and an outdoor living space that’s cozy enough to be a family room. How does it do it? With a deft application of architectural and design wizardry is how.

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Maximum Style and Views on Mulholland

The views alone are worth half the price for this sweet new listing on Mulholland in the Hollywood Hills East. Sited on a knoll, this home enjoys jetliner views of both downtown to the south and the valley to the north. But the views are just half the story. This Post & Beam Mid-Century is scrumptious in every way one might hope.

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Storybook Enchantment in Mt Olympus

This 1929 Tudor has an element of storybook charm, for sure. But, combine its style with its setting and you have enchantment. It’s tucked away (and I mean tucked) into a hillside of the Mount Olympus neighborhood, surrounded by lush greenery. And yet, because it’s situated on the east side of the Canyon with a southwest exposure, the property receives plenty of sunlight. Reading Hansel and Gretel to your kids here would be a feast for their imaginations.

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Multi-Appeal on Multiview

Mid-century flair in the Hollywood Hills straight out of 1952. And it's under $1,000,000. Not too shabby. There isn't a whole lot in the hills to choose from at this price point, so you might want to swing by in your sportster, with Serge Gainsbourg blaring, pull into the carpport, and check this place out. This 3-bedroom, 2-bath home has an open floor plan typical of the modern movement in the 50's. Evoking the style of the day, polished concrete and walnut hardwood floors are throughout the home.

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