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1930s Cahuenga Pass home with Art Deco flair asks $1.3M

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Frosted glass and steel-framed casement windows

View of living room
The home includes original hardwood floors and steel-framed windows.
Photos courtesy Rick Chimienti, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

Perched in the Hollywood Hills directly above the Cahuenga Pass is this unique three-bedroom residence, built in 1936 in a Moderne style rare to see in single-family homes.

Well-preserved features include rounded edges, frosted glass, and at least one porthole window.

The home has been remodeled with some particularly outgoing interiors that play up elements of the residence’s Art Deco roots. But, per the listing, the hardwood floors are original, as are the lovely steel-framed casement windows.

Other features include wall-sized mirrors, colorful tile patterns, vintage-style light fixtures, skylights, and bits of stained glass. Outside, the home is fronted by an ornate metal gate; walkways and balconies are covered by vintage Spanish tile.

The house has three bathrooms and 1,635 square feet of living space, with a family room and updated kitchen.

The home sits on a one third-acre lot with a detached two-car garage and guest unit. There are also multiple balconies and patios, an outdoor bar, a hot tub, and a small patch of yard surrounded by trees and vegetation.

Asking price is $1.265 million.

Exterior view of house
Dining room with view into kitchen
Family room with skylights
Tiled bathroom
Tiled bathroom with glass shower
Balcony with outdoor bar
Balcony with Spanish tile
View of house from hot tub