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No One's Bought This Brentwood Paul Laszlo In a Long Time

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The year was 1960. Dwight D. Eisenhower was in the White House, Elvis was returning from the Army, architect Paul Laszlo was refusing to design a house for Elizabeth Taylor, and, according to this listing, this Laszlo house last came on the market. Yes, it's been fifty years since anyone's had the change to move into this 1947 house in Brentwood, so get it before it's gone until 2070. The house has six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a wine cellar and built-in grill, for partying like it's the height of the Cold War. The house went up for sale in March asking $4.2 million and has been chopped to $3.7 million. It's called inflation.
· 520 North BRISTOL Ave [Redfin]

520 N. Bristol Ave., Los Angeles, CA