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LEASED AT FULL PRICE. Modern Spanish view home in the Hollywood Hills. This 3162 sq. ft home boasts 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and an office area. A formal entry leads to a living room with vaulted ceilings and a fireplace, a dining room, a den with a second fireplace and an eat-in chef's kitchen overlooking the heated pool, spa and large outdoor entertaining area. A guest bedroom, 1.5 baths and a laundry room complete the first floor. Upstairs the master suite features an en-suite bath with dual sink vanity, walk-in shower and separate bathtub, walk-in closet, and a private deck with... Continue reading
SOLD. You’ll find authentic detailing throughout this incredible classic Spanish home originally built for Oscar-winning director Frank Capra. This is your opportunity to own a piece of Hollywood history and fully restore it to its original splendor. Perfectly sited in the popular Hollywood Dell, this 4 bedroom/5 bath house of 2,892 sq. ft. has great curb appeal and an amazing presence from the street that is difficult to overlook. The interior of the home is blanketed in gorgeous original features and exceptional scale in every direction. High vaulted wood beamed ceilings in the living room, an updated kitchen that meticulously... Continue reading
When I moved to West Hollywood in the 1980’s my fist condo on Kings Rd. overlooked a rather sizable piece of land with two homes. Every day I would see the elderly resident tending to the garden, building fountains, touching up the trim on his houses, mowing the lawn. Often I would walk over and talk to him and he would share fascinating stories about the history of the city and the role that his employer, Pacific Electric played in building up neighborhoods to house their blue collar employees. Today homes in those neighborhoods, specifically the Norma Triangle behind the Pavilions and the streets intersecting Robertson, can easily fetch upwards of $2M. A special thank you to WeHoVille for sharing the fascinating history of West Hollywood. Click here to read more Continue reading
Are you itching to do some home renovations this year but concerned that you may not have enough cash resources? Are you considering buying a fixer-upper or foreclosure home but lack the funds? Go ahead, just do it! An FHA Section203(k) loan may can help you cover the renovation costs or even buy and refurbish a makeover home. Click here to read more Continue reading
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