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Spanish Colonial was a popular haunt of comedians

Spanish Colonial was a popular haunt of comedians
The 1925 Spanish Colonial-style house sits above the Comedy Store in Hollywood Hills West. (Compass)

You know what they say about location in real estate circles. This 1925 Spanish Colonial, set above the Comedy Store on Sunset Strip, has seen more than its share of famous comedians come through the door. Among those who partied or lived there in the 1970s and '80s were Robin Williams, Richard Pryor and Andrew Dice Clay.

The 1,500-square-foot lower level of the house has a separate entrance and a three-quarter bath — perfect for a late-night crash pad.

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Address: 8420 Cresthill Road, Los Angeles, CA 90069

Price: $3.295 million

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Built: 1925

Stylist: The Platform Experiment

Lot size: 7,517 square feet

House size: 4,700 square feet, four bedrooms, five bathrooms

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Features: Remodeled kitchen with Viking appliances, vaulted ceilings, dark wood floors, vintage details, walk-in master closet, balconies, city views, lawn

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90069 ZIP Code in September was $3.06 million based on 13 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 7.4% increase compared with the same month last year.

Agent: Tori Horowitz, (323) 203-0965, Compass

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