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Two-bedroom condo in elegant Granville Towers seeks $815K

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Hollywood history and views of the hills

The Luxury Level, courtesy of Sydney Shand

Want to live in a building that evokes Old Hollywood glamour? Here’s a bright two-bedroom condo in the landmark Granville Towers, once home to Marilyn Monroe, Rock Hudson, and Nora Ephron.

Designed by Leland Bryant, the architect responsible for many of LA’s most elegant French Chateauesque-style style buildings, Granville Tower opened in 1930 and sits on a tree-lined street just south of the Sunset Strip, near Chateau Marmont.

The unit up for grabs now measures 1,146 square feet and offers views of the Hollywood Hills. It holds one bathroom, a formal dining room, an updated kitchen, and a walk-in closet in the master bedroom. (The second bedroom is set up as a den, but the listing says it could “easily be converted back.”)

Per the listing, the building comes with 24/7 concierge, a doorman, and “immaculate grounds and lush gardens.”

The asking price? $815,000, with sky-high HOA dues of $1,110 per month. It is, however, eligible for Mills Act historic property tax breaks.