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1954 Lucile Avenue / Raul Garduno


Photo: 1954 Lucile Avenue, Raul F Garduno 1960 by Michael Locke

A spectacular house with equally spectacular views, it was designed by Raul Garduno somewhere around 1960 – 1962 and is very much of the era. Open plan, steel and glass, post and beam. There is 153m² of living space perched on that hill, offering views that take in the vistas of the Hollywood Sign and the Griffith Park Observatory. If you do like it, the house is up for $899,000 — via WowHaus

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