In the early 20th century, the East Hollywood area was a farming village that also encompassed some of what is now Los Feliz. Parts of the neighborhood were formerly known as “Prospect Park.” Located below the Legendary Hollywood Sign, the Hollywood Hills East area is bordered on the north by the Los Angeles River, west by the Hollywood Freeway, east by Canyon Drive, and on the south by Franklin Ave. East Hollywood is a densely populated neighborhood, and many of the homes in the Hollywood Hills East offer city and hillside views. Known for places like, Children’s Hospital, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, the Cahuenga Branch of the Los Angeles Public Library, and Barnsdall Park was built in the early 1920s. The style of homes in the hills varies widely and includes Spanish, California Mid-Century Modern, bungalows, and ultra-modern designs. Some of the neighborhoods in Hollywood Hills East include Franklin Village, Beachwood Canyon and Hollywoodland, Hollywood Dell and Whitley Heights.
Running north and south along Franklin Ave. between Foothill Dr and Hollywood Blvd. in Hollywood, Franklin Village is the one of the smaller neighborhoods in Los Angeles. The magic of the Hollywood apartment buildings and craftsman homes from the early 1920’s that line its streets, are evidence of its true charm. At its center is a small strip of businesses, everything from a gourmet deli to a record and bookstore, salon, natural foods, comedy theatre, pet supplies and so much more.
Beachwood Canyon and Hollywoodland
Beachwood Canyon runs from Franklin Avenue on the south, up into the hills, ending directly to the famous Hollywood sign. The upper portion of the canyon is the Hollywoodland area originally advertised in the 1920’s by the Hollywood sign. The original stone Hollywoodland Gates, are located on Beachwood Drive, at the entrance. A wonderful market is ideally situated in the center of the canyon, along with a coffee shop, cleaners, and local florist. With an influence of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture, and landscaping inspired from the southern regions of France, Italy and Spain, this community offers a charming Los Angeles lifestyle.
Originally a part of Whitely Heights, “the Dell” is a small area just east of the 101, and Cahuenga, north of Franklin, west of Argyle and south of the Hollywood Reservoir. Known for convenient access to the local Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood’s Sunday farmer’s market, one of L.A.’s largest and most popular street markets, as well as the freeway. The neighborhood maintains a strong sense of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture and community spirit. A highly desirable Los Angeles residential neighborhood.
Los Feliz Lloyd Wright house, the Mayan inspired Samuel Novarro Residence has been meticulously renovated. Located in the exclusive neighborhood “The Oaks” in Los Feliz, this home is part of the Historic-Cultural Monument #130.
Best contemporary Sunset Strip New Construction home under $7 million. Contemporary residence built by esteemed ANR Signature Homes in heart of Sunset Strip on a privately gated elevated lot above sought-after Rising Glen.
Recognized and renowned Los Feliz Wallace Neff home, the A.L. Schoenborn Residence has been authentically and meticulously restored, embodying Neff’s early and classic Spanish colonial architecture mirroring the heritage of early Southern California.
Unique opportunity to own a piece of history in the Hollywood Hills. Justly one of the most charming homes on the market, this Hollywood Hills Spanish home features original hardwood flooring, barrel ceilings, French doors, designer paint, and an antique iron staircase.
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.
Iconic world-class Beachwood Canyon Spanish Colonial residence ‘Casa Canem’ by architect Carl Lindbom circa 1927 in legendary Hollywoodland.
Sprawling and breathtaking views from Downtown Los Angeles to Catalina Island will amaze you. Live among the stars in this rare, meticulously restored Hollywood Hills Mediterranean Villa on its own secluded knoll in the Hollywood Hills, West of Laurel Canyon.
This newly reimagined Hollywood Hills Spanish estate features abundant natural light, dramatic double height ceilings, and incredible landscaping with mature trees throughout.
Have you always dreamed of living in the Hollywood Hills? Welcome to this beautiful 1926 Hollywood Dell Spanish House in the heart of Los Angeles.
Mid Century Modern Hollywood Hills home in the exclusive Nichols Colony enclave. 1959 Edward H Fickett FAIA post and beam is the quintessential Hollywood Hills home designed for indoor/outdoor living with timeless design.
Ed Fickett Hollywood Hills Mid Century post and beam home. Private and peaceful canyon view home in the famed Hollywood Dell area.
Harwell Hamilton Harris house, a flawlessly serene and creative retreat situated just moments away from major studios, The Mary and Lee Blair Residence and Studio, 1939. A spectacular example of Harwell Hamilton Harris, Architect. Nestled in a lush and tranquil hillside setting, this charismatic and inspiring home is an ideal pied-a-terre or retreat from artists to those with a creative spirit.
This striking West Hollywood Richard Dorman Mid Century Home was originally designed by the renowned architect in 1958. It has been methodically restored and re-imagined by Studio Tim Campbell who preserved the original structural details while embracing 21st-century tastes.
Mid Century Cozy Hollywood Hills cottage, tucked away in a romantic cozy idyllic setting. Upon entering the front gate one is surrounded by a sparkling, heated saltwater pool and breathtaking views.
Palm Springs Modern meets LA Boho Chic just of the Sunset Strip, Unit 109. Classic Hollywood Hills Mid Century condominium unit in an Architectural building at the base of Hollywood Hills.
Unique opportunity to purchase a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom post and beam marvel situated on a large, flat lot on coveted Wonderland Park Mid Century Modern home in prime Laurel Canyon.
Prominent one story Hollywood Hills Architectural home featuring walls of glass, situated up a secluded gated driveway.
The Ajioka House, 1960 by famed architects, Buff & Hensman. A 2-story post & beam piece of art generously positioned on nearly an acre of lush landscaping with complete privacy, restored and reimagined by the innovative LA design firm, Commune.
“The House that Hangs in the Sky.” This dazzling mid-century “crystal box,” was designed by architect Josef Van der Kar. Known as the “Wohlstetter House,” the residence has been featured in The Los Angeles Times Magazine, Modernism, and many architectural books for its open floor plan and mastery of light.
A bright and stunning Mid Century home in the well-known Hollywood Hills. Two structures that open to a central courtyard featuring a heated, sparkling pool.
Iconic Hollywood Hills Post and Beam sanctuary with striking views from the canyon to the ocean and even the famed Hollywood sign. Sited at the end of a long driveway this classic post and beam has been immaculately restored by Tony Unruh A.I.A.
Revived under the guidance of the seller, a noted international designer, this unique home features only the highest end finishes, a renovation in excess of 7 figures. This Briar Summit Mid Century Modern home by Richard Dorman includes four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and over 14,000 sqft landscaped property.
One of the most coveted streets in Los Angeles, Rising Glen is home to great architecture. This reborn Modern Sunset Strip home is no exception. The home is covered in Balua wood and crosscut travertine and commands an impressive presence from the street.
7330 PYRAMID DRIVE, LOS ANGELES, CA | $4,349,000 | 3 BD | 3 BA Tucked in the star-studded hills stands this dramatic 1964 two-story mid-century treasure. A private driveway leads to this Vernon Duckett Mid Century home, set on a 7,000+ square foot lot. Methodically maintained for over 37 years by its current owners, this iconic architectural home features three bedrooms, three bathrooms […]
Nestled on La Cuesta Drive, it’s a sophisticated house designed by Richard Cuen, AIA. This secluded Hollywood Hills Modern Architectural home is both a personal retreat and an entertainer’s dream.
The incomparable architectural brilliance becomes immortalized in the stunningly maintained Williams Residence by John Lautner. Its attentive and meticulous restoration guarantees details in complete congruence with Lautner’s original design.
Nestled discretely in historic Whitley Heights is this Hollywood Hills Mid Century Traditional home. The house is set behind tall privacy hedges and is virtually hidden from the street.
Chic entry level modern residence in Los Angeles is yours for the taking. Come check out this Mid Century Modern Sanctuary in the Parkman Collection situated in Historic Filipinotown.