1834 Grace Ave
Hollywood's finest. Superb condominium located in the famous El Cabrillo Complex. Considered one of Hollywood's most fashionable addresses. This famous Spanish Colonial Revival landmark was designed by architects, Arthur and Nina Zwebell and built in 1927-1928 by movie mogul, Cecil B. Demille. The complex of only 10 units offers a gorgeous courtyard where you can entertain Guests and have very elegant parties. It's the perfect pied-a-terre or for your permanent home. The home has a beautiful fireplace, warm wood plank floors, exposed wood beams, a two story living room, mezzanine and a very graceful tiled staircase. The building has been designated as a Los Angeles Historic -Cultural Monument and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It maybe under the Mills Act, which offers attractive tax benefits. Celebrities from Hollywood's Golden Age may well have called this home!