The Spanish-style building is just north of the Sunset Strip.
The three-bedroom home sports a wavy wall of mirrors, a river-rock fireplace, and vast expanses of glass.
They have potential to inflict as much—if not more—devastation than a quake on the San Andreas.
After moving the original home, buyers could replace it with a megamansion.
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The star’s romance with Joe DiMaggio was kindled here.
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The Hollywood Hills midcentury modern features concrete floors, redwood-beamed ceilings, and spectacular valley vistas.
Architect Richard Banta designed it for himself.
The 1950s home is asking $3.2 million.
From the Hollywood Hills to the Valley.
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These under-the-radar parks are perfect for picnics, birthday parties, and peaceful walks.
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The former residence of scandal-plagued actress Barbara La Marr, it features dramatic stained glass windows, original woodwork, and a two-story detached studio.
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Designed as a live-work space for Wexler’s son, it’s got multiple offices and lounges, a deluxe screening room, a solar-heated pool, and an art gallery big enough to roller-skate in.
Designed by architect Eugene Kinn Choy.
Features include steel casement windows, beamed ceilings, a sizable lot, and stupendous views.
The former hunting lodge of silent-film idol Francis X. Bushman.
From the Walt Disney Concert Hall to the Watts Towers, these are the buildings that give you that "back-home" feeling when you return from vacation.
Features include International-style ribbon windows, two fireplaces, and scenic views.
"Big Bang Theory" writer and producer Dave Goetsch is selling this beauty with hand-stenciled floors, a Batchelder fireplace, and a dreamy saltwater pool.
Built in the 1920s, it’s complete with chandeliers and festive wallpaper.
It’s been updated but still packs plenty of vintage charm.
Preservationists say the midcentury modern home will be maintained or moved to a new location.
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Located near Laurel Canyon and built in 1950, the three-bedroom is serene and private.
The glassy house would be built on a privately owned lot in the middle of the park.
The perfect spot for a murder-mystery dinner party!
A former home of Marlon Brando, it boasts a magnesite staircase, circular tower, curving walls and windows, vaulted ceilings, and flying buttresses.
A community plan calls for more bike and bus lanes. But the Hollywood Hills says "we are a car city, and you can’t make changes like that without total gridlock."
A city councilmember is looking to ease traffic, potentially by charging for parking.
The sleek residence has walls of glass, clerestory windows, and views that are pretty hard to beat.
Beamed ceilings, Craftsman-style windows, and a wood-burning fireplace
The landmarked residence in Hollywood Heights was designed by Ralph C. Flewelling.
The boxcar-style home was designed in 1958 for Funny Face choreographer Eugene Loring.
The house sold for $80,000 over asking.