450 North Sycamore Avenue Apt 1, Los Angeles, CA 90036
715 sqft (66 sqm)
The Il Borghese Mediterranean-style building featured in David Lynch's Mulholland Drive and the home of Betty Elms's Aunt Ruth. And in the 1996 film, The Truth About Cats & Dogs. The book "Courtyard Housing in Los Angeles" described it as "one of the most elegant of the courts." Hancock Park's famous Il Borghese was designed and built in 1929 by the architect Charles Gault. This gorgeous home has high ceilings and has one bedroom, one bath, and a living room with decorative fireplace/mantle. French windows, elaborate crown molding, period tile, and hardwood floors. Building amenities include a controlled-access entry, a rooftop terrace, and garden courtyard with koi pond, fountain, and outdoor fireplace, with low HOA fees. According to sources in the know: "Shirley Temple lived here. Errol Flynn partied here, Ann Margaret visited her publicist here, and Lionel Richie found his wife here." This is the one you have been waiting for. Don't miss it!