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Real Estate & Architecture in Los Angeles

2621 La Cuesta Drive in Hollywood Hills


New to the market: Classic 1957 mid-century modern Buff & Hensman in peaceful Nichols Canyon. Located on a large street to street lot, this stunning residence is purported to be the very first Buff & Hensman designed home.

6977 Sunnydell Trail in the Hollywood Hills


Nestled into the Hollywood Hills just north of Mulholland Drive, this oasis is a light, bright and airy retreat. Located nearby the Runyon Canyon hiking trail, this 1940 gem features a main house and a sweet guest cottage on one lot.

2004 La Brea Terrace in the Hollywood Hills


Nestled in the heart of this private gated enclave in the heart of Hollywood sits this 1902 traditional craftsman home. Sited on a flat lushly green half acre this home boasts an open and large living room with wood burning fireplace and beautiful wood floors throughout. Rarely do homes of this caliber and grace become available in this exclusive neighborhood!

7463 Franklin Avenue in Hollywood Hills


This traditional north of Sunset Boulevard in the Hollywood Hills first catches the eye with its deep blue exterior coloring and native drought tolerant landscaping surrounded by mature long needle pine trees. Built in 1940, this new listing has been recently renovated to include sun-drenched hardwood floors in the living room, crown molding throughout and a wood burning fireplace.

2433 Solar Drive in Hollywood Hills


The Warshawsky Residence, built in 1961 by architect Volker Traub, is sited on a prime Hollywood Hills lot with spectacular jetliner views of the city and Canyon. The home’s interior flows seamlessly out to the walled, ridge-top garden and view decks.

7302 Mulholland Drive In Hollywood Hills

Located at the end of a long private driveway on nearly an acre lot, this 5 bedroom, 3 bath mid-century home embodies the clean modernist lines of the era. Built in 1953, the Hollywood Hills residence features an open floor plan that seamlessly connects the public and privates spaces. Walls of glass neatly pocket away to merge the indoors with the outdoors.