Vaulted ceilings, walls of glass, and dramatic views.
Looking for its first new owner since the ’70s, the post and beam has walls of glass and a double-height living room.
The gated residence measures 8,000 square feet and comes with a four-car garage and six fireplaces.
Built in 1956, the modern residence hit the market in August, advertised as a "development opportunity."
Tucked into the foothills east of Runyon Canyon, the gated enclave has been home to such notables as Charles Laughton, Diane Keaton, and Helen Mirren.
Nicely updated over the years, the roomy home has original hardwood floors and a newer office with stained glass windows.
On the market for the first time, the woodsy modern was designed by Bechtel architect Richard E. Nevara.
The 1920s home sits on park-like grounds and boasts plenty of original details. Asking price is $2 million.
The Moderne-style home has original hardwood floors, frosted glass, and at least one porthole window.
The homes are in a prime location for courting spec developers.
The singer bought the four-bedroom home—and the house next door—from heiress Aileen Getty in 2013.
Designed by Case Study architect Thornton Abell in 1959, the four-bedroom has been restored and updated.
Owned by actress Ellen Pompeo, the three-bedroom house has walls of glass, stone details, concrete floors, and a lovely pool.
The four-bedroom "dramatic fortess" still has some of the features that appeared in Cribs.
The two-bedroom house has a view of the surrounding hillsides and a cool, retro bonus room with wood paneling.
Tucked into the hills above the Sunset Strip, the home was built in the late ’50s as the swinging bachelor pad for Fred Cole, founder of the swimwear company Cole of California.
Located just 10 minutes from the heart of Hollywood, the bucolic property contains two rustic 1930s cabins. Asking price is $1.4M.
Looking for new construction? You’ll find it in West Hollywood. But head to historic Harvard Heights for some vintage charm.
Pinto Place, nestled in the exclusive area above the Sunset Strip, is now Hummingbird Place—thanks to real estate broker Jason Oppenheim.
The much-admired Sunset Plaza modern was built in 1956 for artists Josephine and Robert Chuey.
Built in 1957, the house was designed by architect Howard Lane, a one-time student of Mies van der Rohe.
The quirky contemporary-style residence has a cartoon-themed den and a fish tank in the master bathroom. It sold for $2.95 million.
Built in 1963 but thoroughly remodeled, the home has plenty of glass and deck space to take advantage of its treetop location.
The quirky home features an array of wallpaper designs and a deck with views of the woodsy surroundings.
The singer and model sold the home three years ago. Now it’s back on the market—though the third bedroom is still a recording studio.
A short walk from the Beachwood Canyon market and cafe, it has three bedrooms, two updated baths, and a private backyard with hot tub.
The Spanish-style house been given a thorough and very un-spooky makeover.
The house still holds many vintage details—hardwood floors, built-ins, and moldings—and has a serene, retreat-like backyard.
The rambling residence is outfitted with a full bar and (original) pastel pink-tiled master bathroom.
If he sells at that price, the One Direction singer stands to make a big profit. He bought the house about a year and a half ago, paying just $6.87 million.
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This roomy five-bedroom home offers hardwood floors and a fireplace with carved lions (always a nice feature).
Built for ‘Casablanca’ producer Hal Wallis, the 1927 Spanish Colonial includes beamed ceilings, French doors, and indoor and outdoor bars.
The 1927 residence has been home to actor Dennis Hopper (who named a book of photographs after the house) and talk show host Craig Kilborn.
Listed for $2M, the 1960s modern has walls of glass and a separate art studio. Its verdant grounds feature a babbling brook, a bridge, and mature trees.
Built in 1958, the Nichols Canyon home has been endowed with a new kitchen, new baths, and a new pool.
Would you pull the trigger on a newly built small-lot home in Mid City or splurge on a mobile home in Malibu?
The never-occupied home is being marketed to spec developers as a teardown. Asking price: $15.9 million.
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