Taking a page from our sister site Racked LA, we're asking you to look at this home and vote on whether you like or dislike it—your choices are 'That's Rather Lovely!,' 'So close,' 'I feel strangely ambivalent about it,' or 'That's Rather Hideous!'
A reader submitted this 1934 three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath in Hollywoodland as a "That's rather lovely" contender, and we're inclined to agree. But we may need more convincing. He writes: "Quite the charmer, isn't it? Now, if only it had a pool..." According to the listing, it was designed by Raymond Kieffer, and restored by an ASID designer (exactly who is not mentioned). The three-story house features "custom ironwork, stained glass windows, patios, pitched wood beamed ceilings" a remodeled kitchen and wood burning fireplace. The house has also apparently been available as a location for film and TV shoots for awhile (its myspace page tells us its divorced, straight and a Virgo). The house was last sold in 2006 for $1.168 million. Today's asking price: $1.199 million or $674 per square foot. Listing is here.