Scenic. Iconic. Idyllic. If you prefer living in the hills surrounded by lush vegetation, towering trees and scenic views, the Hollywood Hills East may be the perfect place for you. Located beneath the iconic Hollywood sign, the neighborhood consists of Beachwood Canyon, Hollywood Dell and Lake Hollywood, on the east side of the 101 freeway.
Each of these areas have their own character and charm, Beachwood Canyon is famously known as the original “Hollywoodland” neighborhood. The “Dell” is a cozy enclave nestled in the hills east of the Cahuenga Pass, and Lake Hollywood is built around the Hollywood reservoir near a beautiful park dog owners just love. Houses in this area run the gamut in style, from Mid-Century modern and 1960s design, to classic Spanish, English Tudor, French Normandy and Craftsman bungalows.
Hollywood Hills Mid Century Home with Gorgeous Views
Iconic world-class Beachwood Canyon Spanish Colonial residence ‘Casa Canem’ by architect Carl Lindbom circa 1927 in legendary Hollywoodland. One of the best settings in the area featuring total seclusion, sweeping close up views of the famed Hollywood sign plus a huge flat yard and swimming pool directly adjacent to the residence.
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. Enter from the floating limestone stairs into a lush Brazilian garden with Ipe wood decking encompassing the entire property. Open floor plan with vaulted beam ceilings, wide imported French Oak floors throughout, and floor to ceiling Fleetwood sliding glass doors overlooking the pool and spa.
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.
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. 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.