1320 Beverly Grove Place in Beverly Hills — A European Farmhouse Retreat in Beverly Crest

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Sure, Beverly Hills may inspire images of sportscars and celebs strolling along Robertson stopping for a bite at the Ivy before returning to their favorite spendy boutique, but that’s not the only version of this iconic neighborhood. Just north of the trendy shopping areas most are familiar with, right up Benedict Canyon Drive, sits lush, tranquil estates like this one at 1320 Beverly Grove Place.

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7321 Woodrow Wilson Drive – A Golden Hollywood Hideaway

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Circa 1950, the very year that brought us Bette Davis in All about Eve, and the sizzling Sunset Boulevard with William Holden as an unsuccessful screenwriter and Gloria Swanson playing a faded silent film star. Old Hollywood lingers in this English Country revival. A thorough redoux remastered its intended grandeur. This is Woodrow Wilson Drive, 7321 to be precise. Where the California Trifecta–pool, view, & privacy–is not only celebrated, it’s a closely held tradition. MLS#:  15-877587

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18128 Chardon Circle – Home of Mid-Century Modern Furniture Icon

18128 2It’s a special, rare joy to gaze inside the homes of those who have significantly innovated architecture and design, and when that happens, it is a privilege to be truly savored. Such is the case with this stunning midcentury ranch in Encino originally designed for furniture legend/businessman/tastemaker Mel Brown. For the first time ever, this gorgeous 3422 square foot home became available in August 2014 after 50 years under the expert care of its legendary (and at the time it sold its only) residents, Mel and Muriel (Mimi) Brown.

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2650 Carman Crest Drive – Outpost Estates in the Hollywood Hills

This striking mid-century home sits tucked away in the prestigious and highly desirable Hollywood Hills neighborhood of Outpost Estates. This well known neighborhood is a celebrity enclave located near the famous Hollywood Bowl.back of house lo resThe home was built by Jack E. Cofer in 1949. The Architectural style is demonstrated through the sleek, clean lines, great energy and breathtaking views. It possess all of the unspoiled charms from a classic era. The house is incredibly well maintained and was in remarkable original condition. Property went into multiple offers and sold above-asking.

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421 South Wilton Place – Hancock Park

8x10__IMG_9903_HDRHome – 421 South Wilton Place Hancock Park in Los Angeles evokes images of vast grounds and storybook paths leading to grandeur doorways. The neighborhood is known for exquisite estates in revival styles of Mediterranean, Tudor, Spanish Colonial, Cape Cod—and those are just the residences that you can see. Dial your imagination to 11 for what’s hidden beyond the 15-foot hedges of some of Los Angeles’ most powerful residents.

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