According to the tipster who forwarded us this listing in the Cahuenga Pass, the "only thing of note" about it is that it belonged to the late Fran Bascom, casting director for Designing Women. While that's certainly a tidbit worth knowing, we'd argue that the 1947 Mellenthin-style (or perhaps an actual Mellenthin) ranch has a lot more noteworthy qualities going for it. Sited on a .4-acre lot, the property contains a main house with two bedrooms and two baths, plus a "a studio/guest room/office with bathroom and separate entrance." Features include hardwood floors, wood-paneled walls, vaulted beamed ceilings, original Dutch doors, a brick fireplace, large picture windows (though we're guessing these are not original), an eat-in kitchen with built-in seating, city views, and of course, that adorable "birdhouse" detailing. Last sold in 1998 for $330,000, it's now asking $849,000.