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1920s Bungalow Built by Hollywood's First Art Director

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According to its listing, this rustic-on-the-outside, polished-on-the-inside residence located in the hills above the Magic Castle was built in 1921 by the man known as Hollywood's first art director, Wilfred Buckland (he worked with Cecil B. DeMille). Featured in a 2005 LA Times story, the 3,744 square foot Craftsman has been home to filmmaker (and Million Dollar Listing executive producer) Fenton Bailey since 1994. It was remodeled by AJ Bernard and features four bedrooms, three baths, a two-story great room, formal dining room, library, two fireplaces, hardwood floors, a sauna, central heat and air, and separate two car garage. Asking price is a bit more than a million dollars--$1.649 million, to be exact.
· 1922 N SYCAMORE Ave [Zillow]
· Design for Living, Separately [LAT]