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Home of the Day: 1920s Spanish Revival in Hollywood Hills

Home of the Day: 1920s Spanish Revival in Hollywood Hills
Bright Malibu tile and beamed ceilings are among the vintage touches of this Spanish Revival-style home in Hollywood Hills West. (Pierre Galant Photography)
The period vintage of this 1920s Spanish Revival-style house is evident in its bright Malibu tile, arched windows and doors and a grand entry with a curving wrought iron staircase. A courtyard patio with a tiled fountain sits off of the lower level of the home, said to be once owned by Charlie Chaplin’s third wife, actress Paulette Goddard.
Address: 1510 Forest Knoll Drive, Los Angeles 90069
Price: $1.776 million
Year built: 1926
House size: 2,890 square feet, four bedrooms, three bathrooms
Lot size: 5,655 square feet
Features: Beamed ceilings, tile, arched doorways, wrought iron fixtures, circular staircase, formal living room with fireplace, dining room, veranda, multiple patios, master suite with soaking tub, second entrance.
About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90069 ZIP Code in July was $2.3 million based on 12 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 15% increase in median price compared to the previous year.
Agent: Robert Erickson, Rodeo Realty, (310) 724-7100

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