Hollywood History | 1410 N Sycamore Avenue

1410 N. Sycamore Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

Steeped in Hollywood history and located on the original backlot of Charlie Chaplin’s studio (Now Jim Henson’s Studio), this recently updated three bedroom + two bathroom residence delicately balances traditional architectural details with a contemporary open plan layout and modern finishes.

The gorgeous, peaked ceilings & beautiful iron chandelier paired with the bright white walls & mix of textiles in the furnishings create a truly magical setting.

Every detail from the light stone countertops, to the beautiful hardwood floors, to the white cabinets and high-end stainless appliances creates a picture of perfection.

The formal dining area is perfect for entertaining guests and hosting family gatherings. (We drool over that dining set! So gorgeous!)


The beautiful bedrooms also offer gorgeous hardwood floors, bright white walls & ceilings and an abundance of natural light.

The master suite features large French Doors that create a wonderful indoor-outdoor flow from the living space into nature.

Other features include: central HVAC,  wood burning fireplace, exterior privacy gates with mature landscaping and a detached garage.

This dynamic area of Hollywood is located within walking distance to many of the best restaurants, boutiques and coffee houses.

For more information about this gorgeous home or to schedule a private showing, call or email Grant Linscott at 323-333-6222.  You can also email me for details about other properties in the Hollywood  area.  If you or someone you know is looking to buy or sell, I’d love to help you with any of your Real Estate needs!

Listing provided by Scott Cook, Architecture 8, Inc.

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One thought on “Hollywood History | 1410 N Sycamore Avenue”

  1. That whitewash walls and ceilings look absolutely gorgeous with natural lighting. And I love the blend of classic and modern with the decor. One question though, is it placed within a neighborhood or is it like those typical fancy homes where it’s isolated from everybody else?

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