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Romantic 1920s Spanish Colonial Revival in the Hollywood Hills asking $2.2M

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Features include arched doorways, wrought-iron details, Juliet balconies, painted tile, and an idyllic garden

Abundant landscaping gives the property a tropical-resort air.
Photos by Alex Zarour/Virtually Here Studios, courtesy of Tori Horowitz

Peeking out seductively from behind a canopy of greenery, this lovely 1927 Spanish Colonial Revival is tucked into the Hollywood Hills at 2267 El Contento Drive.

Measuring 2,205 square feet, the two-story residence contains three bedrooms and three bathrooms on its lower level, and the living room, dining room, kitchen, and sun room on the top floor. While the home’s kitchen and bathrooms have been recently updated, it’s still got an abundance of vintage character details, including original hardwood floors, wrought-iron sconces and railings, arched arcades, French doors, painted tile, and elaborately carved woodwork.

Adding considerably to the property’s desirability quotient are its tropical resort-like grounds. Along with a covered lounge with built-in seating, a flagstone patio with hot tub, and a sizable wooden deck for dining al fresco, there’s a deluxe cabana replete with fireplace, sleeping loft, and entertainment system.

Last sold in 2016 for $2.55 million, the home is now on the market with an asking price of $2.2 million. Tori Horowitz of Compass has the listing.

Built in 1927, the home’s period details include painted tile and an elaborately carved front door.
The living room features wrought-iron sconces and rods, carved plasterwork, and a gas fireplace. Multiple sets of French doors keep the room bright and airy.
Arched doorways lead to the updated kitchen and dining room.
The home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and features original hardwood floors throughout.
The updated master bath features cement tile, double sinks, and wood-framed casement windows.
The Hollywood Hills provide a picturesque backdrop.
Outdoors, there’s a spacious deck suitable for hosting large groups as well as a shaded lounge for more intimate gatherings.
The open-air “pole house” cabana comes with a sleeping loft, decorative fireplace, and outdoor television.