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Updated two-bedroom in elegant Chateau Beachwood seeks $829K

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Original hardwood floors and a decorative fireplace

Chateau Beachwood, built in 1937.
Photos by Paul Barnaby, courtesy of Tom Scrocco and Sean Christian

If you’re looking for a home with some Old Hollywood glamour, this condo in Chateau Beachwood might fit the bill.

Designed in 1937, reportedly to house Warner Bros. actresses, the ornate building just off Beachwood Drive stands out among the other period revival homes in Hollywoodland with its imposing spires and turrets.

The condo itself is more subdued, having undergone some contemporary updates. It holds two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms in two stories and 1,370 square feet. Per the listing, charming period details include embellished crown molding, original oak hardwood floors, magnesite stairs, large casement windows, and built-in cupboards.

On the market for the first time since 1992, the condo—which also comes with one parking space and in-unit laundry—is listed for $829,000. HOA dues are set at $400 per month.

The living room features a built-in nook and decorative fireplace.
Magnesite stairs connect the first and second levels.
Original hardwood floors run throughout much of the unit.
There’s in-unit laundry hook ups behind the kitchen.
The bathrooms have been updated too.