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Home of the Day: Myron Hunt revival in Hollywood Hills West

Home of the Day: Myron Hunt revival at the base of Runyon Canyon
The 1920s Mediterranean Revival by architect Myron Hunt features wide gallery walls, a step-down salon and pool.
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This Mediterranean Revival-style residence by Myron Hunt in Hollywood Hills West was completed around the same time as the Ambassador Hotel, one of the architect’s more noted structures. A step-down living room featuring a fireplace with an alabaster mantel is a Hunt signature element, as are the handsome built-ins, wide gallery walls and grand foyer.

Location: 1737 North Vista, Los Angeles, 90046

Price: $1.845 million

Year built: 1920


Architect: Myron Hunt

House size: 2,220 square feet, three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 8,060 square feet

Features: Raised ceilings, grand entry, gallery, step-down salon with fireplace, formal dining room, updated kitchen with adjoining office, loggia, patio/sitting area, pool, pool bathroom, two-car garage


About the area: The median sale price in the 90046 ZIP Code over the last 90 days was $1.09 million based on 98 sales, according to Redfin. The median list price during that time period was $1.5 million.

Agents: Jodi Rubin, Sotheby’s International Realty, (310) 254-7123

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