Classic California Craftsman Home
in the Heart of the Hollywood Hills

California Craftsman Home example

A classic California Craftsman home with original period details embellish this rare gem in the heart of the Hollywood Hills. 1946 Vine Street is a revitalized 2,574-square-foot home originally built in 1919.
Restored California Craftsman home interior
Located just east of the Hollywood Hills near Griffith Park, this three-bedroom (all ensuite),  three-and-a-half bathroom gated home is situated behind privacy-enhancing hedges on a sprawling, nearly 15,000-square-foot lot.

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Characteristic Echo Park Craftsman with Views

Echo Park Craftsman home

A characteristic piece of Los Angeles history, this stately 1914 Echo Park Craftsman home desires restoring and renovating but is filled with beautiful authentic touches such as picture rails, wainscoting, built-ins and beautiful stain glass windows.

Privately positioned behind hedges on a knoll, the sprawling lot includes a main house and a spacious guesthouse.

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Enchanting Japanese – Hollywood Hills Airplane Bungalow

Hollywood Hills Airplane Bungalow home

Welcome to 1521 Sierra Bonita, where attractive craftsman tradition meets modern comforts. This enchanting Japanese – Hollywood Hills Airplane Bungalow features three beds and two bathrooms with studio space and glistening newly built pool.

Enter through the grand front door to find a warm and inviting living room enhanced with character detail and charm.

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Beautiful Hollywood Craftsman Home
with Salt Water Pool

Hollywood Craftsman home with sparkling pool

Located in the serene historic neighborhood of Spaulding Square sits this beautiful Hollywood Craftsman home.
Spacious Hollywood Craftsman home
Bursting with natural light, the home perfectly balances modern updates and original 1917 details.

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Splendid Los Feliz Craftsman House
with Swimmer’s Pool

Splendid Los Feliz Craftsman House

This splendid Los Feliz Craftsman house with swimmer’s pool combines the best of both eras of Los Angeles: The early architecture of the area (circa 1916) and all of today’s modern amenities.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom main house is gated and secluded by established landscaping. A sweeping roofline hovers over a large porch, complete with a swing.

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