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Buy the 1930 Spanish by Brown Derby Designer Where Counting Crows Recorded Their First Album

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This lovely 1930 courtyard Spanish home was designed by Carl Jules Weyl, Oscar-winning art director (The Adventures of Robin Hood) and designer of the second Brown Derby restaurant on Vine. One of the first built in Outpost Estates, the four-bedroom house has some fantastic detailing, including hand-stenciled beams in the living room, a plethora of vintage California tilework, and a restored and updated kitchen. There are views, there are terraces, and for some reason there's a pizza oven in the motor court, but why not? Fun bonus for the '90s nostalgists: Counting Crows recorded their debut album August and Everything After in the living room. It's on the market for $2.499 million.

· 2057 Castilian Drive [Redfin]