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This Spanish style home, built in 1927, resides on a lovely, tree-lined street in the prestigious area of Hancock Park.  Centrally located in Los Angeles 10 minutes from Beverly Hills, 10 minutes from Hollywood, and 20 minutes from the beach.  Buky House is especially suited to the business traveler and the tourist.  The surroundings are charming, with designer decor, terra cotta tile, huge vases of fresh flowers and old style archways.".

This Spanish style home, built in 1927, resides on a lovely, tree-lined street in the prestigious area of Hancock Park. Centrally located in Los Angeles 10 minutes from Beverly Hills, 10 minutes from Hollywood, and 20 minutes from the beach. Buky House is especially suited to the business traveler and the tourist. The surroundings are charming, with designer decor, terra cotta tile, huge vases of fresh flowers and old style archways.".

345 St Pierre Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90077 — Situated near the peaceful and luxuriant surroundings of Bel-Airs East Entrance, this magnificent, Spanish style gated compound estate is the definition of class and elegance. Completed in 1929 by famed architect Theodore J. Scott, this breathtaking home is a look back into Old Hollywood. This pristine, 7 bedroom, 12 bath home whose first owner was famed top silent screen star Colleen Moore, was followed in time by Marlene Dietrich and Errol Flynn…

345 St Pierre Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90077 — Situated near the peaceful and luxuriant surroundings of Bel-Airs East Entrance, this magnificent, Spanish style gated compound estate is the definition of class and elegance. Completed in 1929 by famed architect Theodore J. Scott, this breathtaking home is a look back into Old Hollywood. This pristine, 7 bedroom, 12 bath home whose first owner was famed top silent screen star Colleen Moore, was followed in time by Marlene Dietrich and Errol Flynn…

Back of postcard reads: LOS ANGELES AMBASSADOR SUN CLUB Favorite rendezvous for famous Hollywood Stars, the Ambassador pool offers wonderful California relaxation in the most glamorous surroundings.  Postmarked August 12, 1958   We have the latest e-cigarette models and a great variety of e-liquid flavors. Visit us at www.e-cigarilicious.com

Back of postcard reads: LOS ANGELES AMBASSADOR SUN CLUB Favorite rendezvous for famous Hollywood Stars, the Ambassador pool offers wonderful California relaxation in the most glamorous surroundings. Postmarked August 12, 1958 We have the latest e-cigarette models and a great variety of e-liquid flavors. Visit us at www.e-cigarilicious.com

Grauman's Chinese Theatre, LA circa 1927. A one-of-a-kind theatre, still standing today on Hollywood Blvd.

Grauman's Chinese Theatre, LA circa 1927. A one-of-a-kind theatre, still standing today on Hollywood Blvd.

Tearing down the old 'famous' Schwabb's Drugstore (Hollywood on Sunset) - this was it's early 60's facade and interior re-do.

Tearing down the old 'famous' Schwabb's Drugstore (Hollywood on Sunset) - this was it's early 60's facade and interior re-do.

The Charlie Hotel, Los Angeles, California - "In 1924, the Ruth Gordon family built Charlie Chaplin a set of private bungalows as a countryside escape. In 2008, the property opened as The Charlie in what’s now West Hollywood. Although no one knows for sure which old Hollywood stars absconded to the hideaway, hotelier Menachem Treivush made the most of the rumors by naming many of the 14 English cottages after whispered guests: Marilyn (Monroe), Gloria (Swanson) and Marlene (Dietrich)…

The Charlie Hotel, Los Angeles, California - "In 1924, the Ruth Gordon family built Charlie Chaplin a set of private bungalows as a countryside escape. In 2008, the property opened as The Charlie in what’s now West Hollywood. Although no one knows for sure which old Hollywood stars absconded to the hideaway, hotelier Menachem Treivush made the most of the rumors by naming many of the 14 English cottages after whispered guests: Marilyn (Monroe), Gloria (Swanson) and Marlene (Dietrich)…

Sardi’s Restaurant at 6313 Hollywood Blvd didn’t last too long. It opened in 1932 by Eddie Bandstatter, who ran Hollywood hot-spot, the Montmartre. For four brief years it was one of Hollywood’s most chic hang outs...until it was destroyed by fire on November 2nd, 1936. That location later became a Chi-Chi, one of six locations of the Chi-Chi mini-chain, and in the 1950s was Zardi's Jazzland.

Sardi’s Restaurant at 6313 Hollywood Blvd didn’t last too long. It opened in 1932 by Eddie Bandstatter, who ran Hollywood hot-spot, the Montmartre. For four brief years it was one of Hollywood’s most chic hang outs...until it was destroyed by fire on November 2nd, 1936. That location later became a Chi-Chi, one of six locations of the Chi-Chi mini-chain, and in the 1950s was Zardi's Jazzland.

Visiting the world-famous landmark is about to get a little trickier. We created this guide to help you get there.

The best ways to see the Hollywood Sign

Visiting the world-famous landmark is about to get a little trickier. We created this guide to help you get there.

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