Vintage Hollywood Hills spanish colonial with mid-century minimalist style

All photos courtesy of Redfin.

All photos courtesy of Redfin.

This is the house in the Hollywood Hills that I’d buy right now if i had 1.5 million dollars. It’s only had three owners since 1925, which may explain the fact that it still has tons of character and original 1920s details. Plus there’s views like WOW, it’s filled with mid century furniture, and fans of the all-white, minimalist look will get an interior design boner…

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This is my dream dining room -- table & chairs, light fixture, and buffet table et al.

This is my dream dining room — table & chairs, light fixture, and buffet table et al.

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Okay, that tv seams to be in a really weird place, but other than that, I WOULD LIVE IN THIS LIVING ROOM.

Okay, that tv seams to be in a really weird place, but other than that, I WOULD LIVE IN THIS LIVING ROOM.

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I want that stove.

I want that stove.

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THIS TILE!!!

THIS TILE!!!

Lemme have that bench.

Lemme have that bench.

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You know how much I LOVE these 1920s tile bathrooms.

You know how much I LOVE these 1920s tile bathrooms.

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awesome built-in shelves

awesome built-in shelves

bedroom fireplace!

Bedroom fireplace!

There's even a freaking fire pit.

There’s even a freaking fire pit.

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This gorgeous house has been on the market for a shocking 80 days already, but now there’s a pending offer. I always feel so protective over homes like this, that have managed to retain most of it’s character over the years. I just hope the new owner keeps it looking just like this!

4 thoughts on “Vintage Hollywood Hills spanish colonial with mid-century minimalist style

  1. Laura

    Love the din fm chandelier…. I could even live here! (I think the bedroom bench looks like your current coffee table:)

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