1616 N. Curson Ave in Hollywood Hills

1616 N. Curson Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90046

4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
$1,195,000

This charming home is located near Spaulding Square near the Hollywood Hills, an area filled with beautiful California Bungalows and tree lined streets among the hustle and bustle. This is a modern make over of an original California Bungalow that essentially re-invents the home!

All of the rooms in this home are bright and cheerful with floods of natural lighting and an inviting layout. The home also offers an extensive use of moldings that stay true to the home’s original character.

The property offers a quiet and private setting with large lot and big backyard, Located mid-block on a great street!

 

There is also a great attention to detail and the home fits the indoor/outdoor flow of Southern California living. The house offers 4 bedrooms, 3 of which are downstairs – including the master! There is also a guest suite or ideal home office upstairs!

 

The master suite addition opens to yard and offers walk-in closet and new spa bath.

 

 

 

Outdoors, there’s a large Roof deck that overlooks the lush grounds towering palms. There is also room for a pool in this stunning backyard.

 

The property is secured by a gated drive with parking for 4 or more and a covered carport.

For an opportunity to see this property, or other great properties like it send me an email! You can also call or text me at 323-333-6222! I would love to help you find the property of your dreams!

Listing provided by Stephen Parisi, Deasy Penner & Partners

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2 thoughts on “1616 N. Curson Ave in Hollywood Hills”

  1. Facts have it this was Harry Houdini first house in Los Angeles/Hollywood in the while filming an aerial stunt for The Grim Game, two biplanes collided in mid-air with a stuntman doubling Houdini dangling by a rope from one of the planes. Publicity was geared heavily toward promoting this dramatic “caught on film” moment, claiming it was Houdini himself dangling from the plane. While filming these movies in Los Angeles, Houdini rented this home and later moved to a home in Laurel Canyon. Following his two-picture stint in Hollywood, Houdini returned to New York and started his own film production company called the “Houdini Picture Corporation”. He produced and starred in two films, The Man from Beyond (1921) and Haldane of the Secret Service (1923). He also founded his own film laboratory business called The Film Development Corporation (FDC), gambling on a new process for developing motion picture film. Houdini’s brother, Theodore Hardeen, left his own career as a magician and escape artist to run the company. Magician Harry Kellar was a major investor.

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