1920s Spanish-style with views around the Hollywood Hills asks $2.2M

By Elijah Chiland

Up in the winding streets of the Hollywood Hills is this impressive Spanish-style home, constructed in 1927 and updated significantly over the years.

The multi-story home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms spread across a spacious 3,015 square feet of floor area. Making the house appear even roomier is an open living room with beamed and vaulted ceilings that extend to the upper level. The room is punctuated by a tile fireplace, built-in shelving, and an elegant master staircase leading to a landing above.

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