VIRTUAL TOUR HERE: https://app.cloudpano.com/tours/-L3gSpnI4A This one-of-a-kind Spanish Colonial Revival home presents an incredibly rare opportunity to own a piece of Hollywood history in Huntington Beach! Originally built in 1929 in an area known as Whitley Heights in Hollywood Hills, the enclave was a magnet for the burgeoning movie industry, with many stars living in the area, and it's rumored that Jean Harlow lived in the home at one time. Due to the construction of the 101 Hollywood Freeway, the home was purchased from the state and moved to Huntington Beach in 1949, and a seam in the wood floor serves as a reminder that the home was cut in half vertically for its transport to Orange County. The home now sits just over a mile away from the beach in one of the most desirable neighborhoods of Huntington Beach known as Lake Park, showcasing an architectural style and interior decor reminiscent of the classic Spanish Colonial style. The original hardwood floors throughout the living areas have been refinished and show beautifully, and a stunning Batchelder fireplace serves as the focal point of the living room. The spacious, hardscaped backyard with mature trees is a wonderful retreat, offering ample space to entertain family and friends. An added bonus is that the garage has been plumbed for a bathroom and offers a small kitchen, allowing it to be used as a casita. Located just a short distance from the beach This unique, historic property is one you simply can't miss.
Listing courtesy of Jody Clegg from Compass
Listing sold by Sylvia Harsin from Coldwell Banker Realty