Integrated into its hillside lot in the Cahuenga Pass, the multi-level modern was built in 1946 for artist and Universal Studios art director Mischa Kallis, and features four bedrooms, three baths, original built-in furniture and panoramic views.
Earlier this month, we told you about a 1930s era two-bedroom cottage that looked like it was right out of the movie 'Snow White.' At the time, it was seeking vacation renters. Interest in the home was so high, the owners decided to sell.
It's rumored this house inspired Snow White's cottage in the 1937 Disney flick. Even if that's just a fable, it certainly looks the part. Swing open the green front door to find a Juliet balcony, a stone fireplace, and diamond-paned glass windows.
In honor of Renovation Week, we've picked five renovated apartments renting for around the same price across the city—Santa Monica, the Historic Core, Mid-Wilshire, the Cahuenga Pass, and Studio City—but which one is the best deal? You decide!
In a new video, intrepid LA explorer Tom Carroll dives into the history of the cross that stands above the Cahuenga Pass. Turns out, it's a tribute to Christine Stevenson, who was instrumental in founding the Ford Amphitheatre and the Hollywood Bowl.
This July, the John Anson Ford Theatre complex is set to finally reopen this summer after years of work and show off a host of new updates to the grounds, from a new stage and lighting to infrastructural improvements to a new mini mart-style market.
This rustic Cahuenga Pass property features multiple decks and a built-in bar. And speaking of bars, it also occupies a three-parcel lot on which you'll find "what appears to be an old Prohibition tunnel."
In this week's installment of Curbed Comparisons, we're comparing apartments in Silver Lake, South Pasadena, the Cahuenga Pass, Valley Village, and Palms. Which is the biggest deal for the money? Vote for the best one.