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1930s Moderne in the Hollywood Hills Asking $1.8MM

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Featured in Gebhard & Winter's Architectural Guide to Los Angeles, this "Monterey Moderne" was designed by the notable local firm of Barcume & King for film critic/muckraking journalist Cedric Belfrage in 1937. Located in what may be the most architecturally blessed section of the Hollywood Hills, the 1,618-square-foot open-plan residence features four bedrooms, three baths, a rooftop sleeping porch, hardwood floors, a wood-burning fireplace, steel casement windows, built-in furniture, a bar, landscaped gardens, a circular swimming pool, an outdoor shower, and an attached two-car garage. Sited on a .33-acre lot, it's asking $1.798 million.

· Barcume & King, Architects, The Cedric Belfrage House, 1937 [Architecture For Sale]
· 7777 FIRENZE Ave [Redfin]