If you've ever wondered where the biggest celebrities live, this is the place. Sunset Hills boast the highest concentration of celebrity homes in the entire L.A. area.
This slice of the West Hollywood Hills is a magnet for those who crave privacy, views an proximity to all there is to do in the area The neighborhood of Sunset Hills is bordered by Laurel Canyon Boulevard to the east, Sunset Plaza Drive to the west, Sunset Boulevard to the south and Franklin Avenue & Hollywood Boulevard to the north. The neighborhood is most commonly accessed via Hollywood Boulevard, Kings Road & Queens Road.
Since the 1920's, Sunset Hills has housed Hollywood elite and the architecture reflects the privacy that those types desire once they retire to their own home. Often, only a gate is visible from the road and most will never even catch a glimpse of the $5 million or $20 million dollar home just behind it. Sunset Hills is perched...
Voted one of “10 Best Neighborhoods You Have Never Heard of” in 2004 by Los Angeles Magazine, Hollywood Dell is a cozy enclave of about 1000 homes just minutes away from the bustling heart of Hollywood.
Hollywood Dell is bordered by Franklin Avenue to the south and the Hollywood Reservoir to the north. You can enter the neighborhood from the west via Cahuenga Terrace. Its eastern edge nestles right up to Beachwood Canyon.
If you are interested in Beachwood Canyon, click here for the homes currently for sale in that neighborhood.
When teachers, administrators, parents, and the community all work together for a common goal, amazing things happen for the good of the students. And that's just what's been going on at the Cheremoya Avenue Elementary School in Beachwood Canyon.
Cheremoya Elementary School, in Beachwood Canyon
The Cheremoya Foundation, a nonprofit founded by Hollywood Dell Residents, has been working in conjunction with Cheremoya, LAUSD, and the School Site Council to improve the academic environment for Cheremoya students.
The foundation has raised funds for everything from school supplies to new computers, to interior remodeling, and exterior landscaping, and the results are...
2760 Pelham Place,
Every so often a Hollywood Hills Post and Beam hits the market. Some of them mid-century homes need alot of work and others are ready to move right into. This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom gem definitely fits into the latter category! Located up a long drive at the end of a cul-de-sac on a knoll providing panoramic views from downtown to Catalina Island.
5786 VALLEY OAK DR
New to the Los Feliz
market is this architectural home that is truly one of a kind. It features a main house redone by reknown mid-century architect Gregory Ain as well as a guest/pool house by Pierre Koenig. The main house features signature Gregory Ain details including clerestory windows, sliding walls, an open floor plan so common to the mid-century style, and a terrific indoor - outdoor flow. The gleaing hardwood floors and walls of window make for a very bright and expansive interior.
2800 Glendower Avenue, Los Feliz, CA
Take a look at this1957 Los Feliz architectural masterpiece inspired by Schindler and Neutra modernism. High in the hills of Los Feliz
, the house is warm blend of wool, steel and glass boasting views of the Griffith Observatory and Hollywood Hills
is truly unique.
Saturday April 30, 2011 at the Hollywood Bowl
is the ninth annual Korean Music Festival
showcasing some of the best talent in the county such as Sul Woon-Du, U-Kiss and 4Minute just to name a few. The all-star line up is bridging the gap between the generations with the wide mix of performers this year. From traditional singers to teen idol groups the Korean Music Festival
is sure to engage the audience no matter who’s in attendance. This is a great family affair and a night to be remembered among the Korean population and others in the Hollywood
and Los Angeles regions.
Creation and History of Hollywoodland in the Hollywood Hills
Development of Hollywoodland began in 1923 with the syndicate owned by Harry Chandler, developer Sidney H. Woodruff and the founder of West Hollywood, General M. H. Sherman.
The L.A. Times announced this new developments as one of the most attractive residential sections of the City of Los Angeles", envisioning it as a Mediterranean Riviera in the Hollywood Hills between Lake Hollywood and Griffith Park.
Architectural drawings inspired by regions of France, Italy and Spain were...
We don't see a ton of distressed properties in the Hollywood Hills
so if you've been looking for a great deal on a great home this could be the place for you. This Beachwood Canyon Short Sale
has been approved by the bank at the list price of $850,000.
Unlike some distressed properties, this one looks to be in great shape. Check out the fabulous view from the living room.
Nestled below the Hollywood sign, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath homes boast more than 2000sf of living space. It as a split-level, loft-like floorplan with walls of glass opening to canyon and city views.
In the master suite, you'll find a cool limestone bathroom with huge soaking tub and a custom wood-lined walk-in closet. ...
If you thought that the only distressed properties in Los Angeles were in less desirable neighborhoods, this Hollywood Hills Short Sale should be a pleasant surprise.
Check out this private & secluded 3 bedroom and 2.5 bath Hollywoodland Mediterranean. 6218 Rockcliff boast serene city and canyon views. Built c. 1934 by architect Raymond "R.J." Kieffer the home was later restored by ASIDdesigner. This captivating home features a Formal Living room with high pitched beamed ceilings, wood-burning fireplace, wood floors and tall French doors that open to a Juliette balcony.
The formal dining room leads to a restored "Provence" Kitchen with concrete counters, vintage white octagonal tile and stainless steel appliances. The intimate Master bedroom with walk-in closet boasts custom cabinetry and built ins....