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Sublet in Leland Bryant's Trianon Building in Hollywood

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Update 5/12/11: If all the recent hoopla about the royal wedding has stirred up some princess fantasies, you're in luck: a two-bedroom apartment is now available for sublet in Hollywood's castle-like Trianon. Commissioned in 1928 by Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks and designed by the illustrious and prolific Leland Bryant, the French chateau-style complex and its neon sign were declared historic-cultural monuments in 1995. Per the ad, the available unit is furnished and features "hardwood floors, high ceilings, French windows, large kitchen, nice dining area, walk-in closets, lots of light and cross breezes, laundry on premises." No parking space, alas, and parking in this area can be a royal pain, but, as the ad notes, the Hollywood/Western subway station is only a couple of blocks away. Rent plus utilities will run you $2,200 a month. Update: We have been schooled by the erudite Paradise Leased that Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks had no involvement in building Le Trianon; the luxury apartment complex was planned by a holding company headed by a former ad-man named Ray H. Leek.
· $1950 / 2br - Wonderful elegant apartment in castle (Hollywood/Los Feliz) [Craigslist]

1750 North Serrano Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027