In 1927, while the first “talking picture,” The Jazz Singer, was being filmed a block away, this regal Mediterranean was taking shape in Franklin Hills. Today, still commanding the views its street was named for, the home radiates Old Hollywood allure, from painted beams and leaded glass windows to gleaming dark wood floors and well-crafted built-ins. In the living room, a soaring beamed ceiling and fireplace set the scene. A vast arched leaded glass window frames a stunning vista. French doors open to a front patio with city and foothill views. In the well-appointed open kitchen and breakfast area, a pair of French doors leads to a secluded brick and tiled patio with fountain. The nearby den/family area opens to a wraparound entertainer’s patio with breathtaking canyon and city views. Lovingly preserved and sensitively enhanced for modern living, with new electrical, upgraded plumbing, two new fireplaces and seismic retrofitting, this is a legendary star to treasure.
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Silver lake is both a residential and commercial area in downtown Los Angeles. His name, "Silver Lake" came from Herman Silver, who helped create the Silver Lake Reservoir in the neighbourhood at the beginning of the 20th century. The region is renowned today for its gastronomy and bourgeois decoration. Many celebrity have built their houses there, to enjoy its unique atmosphere. In the year 1930, Walt disney even built his first Big Studio.
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