7124 Hollywood Boulevard #2, is the finest in live-work-play all in the heart of Tinseltown.
Level I Sleek home office.
Large and wide open to creativity work space with polished concrete floors, en suite bathroom, and designer elements.
This is your perfect space to crank out projects.
When you need to get work done, it doesn’t hurt that 7124 Hollywood #2 home office is in the epicenter of entertainment business.
Level II Spacious living
Open dining, kitchen and family room floor plan.
Exquisitely modern: well-appointed, and very comfortable.
Great place to hang with friends, stir a cocktail, or chill and catch up on-line.
Level III Holds the Master bedroom suite.
Additional bedroom on this floor. Great closet space and storage throughout.
Level IV Rooftop deck.
Above it all, this is your oasis in an urban setting: the ultimate place to soak up sunlight by day just like legendary couple Clark Gable and Carole Lombard enjoyed in their penthouse suite at the Hollywood Roosevelt down the street.
Amid panoramic views of Hollywood by nightfall the glamour kicks in.
From your private hangout you’ll be able to see the goings-on below such as prep for a premiere at either the El Capitan 1926 movie house featuring a pipe organ & live shows, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, or even the largest industry event of the year, the Academy Awards ceremonies.
Since opening in 2001, The Dolby Theatre at the Hollywood and Highland Center has hosted the Oscars. But the shopping mall and entertainment complex itself is a nod to Old Hollywood. Design features echo the Babylon set in DW Griffith’s 1916 epic Intolerance.
Hollywood has long been the incubator of fantasies. Just ½ mile north from 7124 Hollywood #2, stand two Hollywood Hills landmarks.
The Magic Castle is a clubhouse for the Academy of Magical Arts, a restaurant, and nightclub where pros and amateurs entertain a members and invitation only crowd.
And Yamishiro, a quirky Japanese-styled mansion now Asian fare restaurant with perhaps the most romantic view of Los Angeles. It was originally the vision of Adolph and Eugene Bernheimer, who were described by the National Park Service as “German-born cotton barons and avid Asian Art collectors.
“… in 1914, the Bernheimer Brothers constructed a Japanese mountain palace meant to house their collection of Japanese antiques. That palace became the Yamashiro that you see today. As part of the construction, the Bernheimer Brothers brought the Pagoda over from Japan, and it has graced the Yamashiro grounds ever since.” – Yamashiro
The property includes gardens, a replica of a 17th-century palace, and 600-year old pagoda imported from Japan. Oft used as a filming location, the property can be seen in Memoirs of a Geisha, Blind Date, and Sayonara.
When you do step out, from 7124 Hollywood Boulevard #2 you may start at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel where revival means entering a different era. It has served as inspiration for filmmakers and creatives who have set their movies within this storybook backdrop. We couldn’t help name-dropping Gable and Lombard earlier. But it’s not hard to imagine the countless icons such as Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin among other who defined Hollywood’s glamour walking these halls. Chat up friends with a bespoke cocktail in the Library Bar’s comfy club chairs or people watch at the Tropicana bar while taking in David Hockney’s multi-million dollar mural on the bottom of the pool.
No worries, and no über, Parking for two cars at 7124 Hollywood #2 lets you hang your key fob and step out in style.