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Karen Medved

Craftsman Compound in Historic Hollywood Grove

$2,550,000 1957 Canyon Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90068

Character rich 1914 Craftsman trophy compound property with pool in historic Hollywood Grove at the foot of the Hollywood Hills near quaint Franklin Village cafes, entertainment & boutiques as well as the miles of hiking trails throughout Griffith Park. Thoughtfully updated with a reverence for its architectural pedigree - this warm & inviting home is adorned with preserved original crown moldings, built-ins, leaded glass, boxed ceilings & hardwood floors. Resort like outdoor spaces offer multiple areas for al fresco dining, swimming/floating & sipping cool beverages in the shade of the covered front porch or savoring a nightcap under the stars beside the flickering fire pit.  With indoor & outdoor spaces that are both intimate and grand, enjoy a comfortable daily lifestyle here with ample room to gather, study/work, retreat, recharge &/or keep up with your latest favorite limited series in between the occasional gathering of family & friends, large or small, romantic or festive.  Call for an appointment, even on short notice.  

  • Sold
  • 4
  • 4
  • 1914
    Year Built
  • 3,093 Sq.Ft.
    Living Area

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Area & Lot

  • Status: Sold
  • Open House: Sunday October 24; 2-5
  • Living Space: 3,093 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Size: 8,641 Sq.Ft.
  • MLS® ID: 21757426
  • Type: Residential
  • Year Built: 1914
  • Neighborhood: Hollywood Hills
  • School District: Los Angeles Unified


  • Total Bedrooms: 4
  • Total Bathrooms: 4
  • Full Bathrooms: 4

Exterior & Building

  • Stories: 4


  • Sales Price: $2,550,000

Craftsman Compound in Historic Hollywood Grove

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