The curb appeal of this 1926 two-bedroom in North Hollywood is undeniably strong. Sited on an approximately 6,500-square-foot corner lot, the attractive abode has that path up to the front door, a red-tiled roof, and some arched windows facing the street. Inside, the hardwood floors in the bright and inviting living room give way to the tiled floor of the weird kitchen, with its circular oven column and odd island. (Elsewhere in the house, there are two bathrooms and a "Secret Expansive Wine Cellar" that's not pictured.) Move along, out the French doors and into the shady backyard, where the detached structure playing the role of a recording studio can be found. Located just about a half-mile away from the North Hollywood Red Line station, this place last sold in 2010 for $478,500, and is now asking $569,000.