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1914 Craftsman With Chicken Coop in Hollywood Asking $795k

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In 1914, the legendary Cecil B. DeMille directed his first picture, The Squaw Man, which was also the first feature-length movie ever filmed in Hollywood. Also making its Hollywood debut that year was this Craftsman home on Vista Del Mar Avenue. Located a block north of the Hollywood & Vine Metro station (which was not there in 1914), the 1,994-square-foot, three-bedroom house features hardwood floors, coved ceilings, lovely built-ins, vintage windows, a living room fireplace, updated electrical and central heat/air systems, and a backyard garden with chicken coop. Last sold in 2005 for $791,000, it's now asking $795,000.


· 1757 VISTA DEL MAR Ave [Redfin]