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On the Market: Singed in the 90027

The Griffith Park inferno came close to destroying some lovely properties. Luckily, there are no reports of any homes being destroyed as of our last check. Here are a few available properties that survived the fire. Cross your fingers that mudslides aren't in their future.

1) What/Where: 5 bed/3 bath, Paul Williams on Dundee (above)
Retail Price: $3,500,000
Days on Market: 2
The Skinny: This Paul Williams home in Los Feliz appears to be the closest to the fire of the three homes we are featuring. This stunning Mediterranean home, when a Mediterranean was still a Mediterranean, was constructed in 1928 for H.R. Himrod of the Department of Water and Power. Features private gardens and a pool on half an acre. Home web site:
· 4100 Dundee Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027 [Trulia]

2) What/Where: 4 bed/4 bath, the "Louvre" of Los Feliz
Retail Price: $3,800,000
Days on the Market: 4
The Skinny: Built in 1930 as a French Normandy Hunting Lodge, this abode sits on a 13,818 sq. ft. lot with two ponds, a waterfall and "a secret bocce ball" court. We're sold. It also features a "rare slate, ribbed and corbel domed ceiling, a minstrel's gallery and a pulpit. Deer heads on walls not included. Home web site:
· 3701 Shannon Road, Los Angeles, CA 90027 [Trulia]

3) What/Where: 3 bed/2.5 bath; Philippe Naouri, Designer
Retail Price: $2,275,000
Days on the Market: 164
The Skinny: Koi pond, pool, hot tub and fire pit. Everything a kooky fashion designer could ever want or need. And it's only a stones throw to smoldering Griffith Park. Zip Realty says the home's had a few price chops, but don't let that stand in your way. It's a modern delight.
· 2508 North Vermont Ave., Los Feliz [Deasy/Penner]