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Welcome to 6371 Orange Street. From the curb appeal of this classic Spanish 1930’s duplex to the period detail interiors, this property is loaded with charm. Enter the Art Deco doorways and discover the building’s prominent exterior carved archways are graciously repeated inside separating the common areas.
A stunning Beverly Grove Spanish house located on a charming street in the Miracle Mile area within a short distance of the CBS Studios and the Beverly Center.
Welcome to a true California Oasis. Hedged with 100 mature trees and gated for ultimate discretion, this updated Beverly Center Spanish home has been spectacularly renovated merging a mix of Spanish design and modern lines.
This modernized Beverly Center Spanish house has been thoughtfully renovated to provide modern amenities while creating an inviting space for all.
Seldom does a home of this quality become available. Scalloped archways and stained glass adorn
this sophisticated Beverly Center Spanish Colonial Revival home in the highly prominent South Carthay Historic Preservation Zone.
This may just be the perfect Beverly Grove home. Completely move-in ready and priced to move this remarkable residence features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a converted garage/studio and an abundance of usable outdoor space for the best in SoCal Living.
Beautiful three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom Modern Spanish Beverly Center home boasting approximately 2,000 square feet including an Accessory Dwelling Unit comprised of approximately 300 square feet of usable space.
Dazzling and sophisticated Spanish home in leading Beverly Grove neighborhood. Beautifully updated, this three bedroom, four bath character house features exquisite finishes and great flow.
Stunning 1930’s gated Beverly Grove Spanish Colonial home. The home has been lovingly updated to a reflect a sophisticated level of design.
Beverly Crest Mid Century Modern home by Buff & Hensman, the Roth Residence, 1963. Famously photographed by the renowned Julius Shulman, and widely published, this stunning home was originally commissioned by the grandparents of our very own Los Angeles City Mayor.