DPP Nominated for HGTV’s Ultimate House Hunt 2022

DPP is excited to announce that our listing has been selected as a finalist in HGTV’s Ultimate House Hunt in the “Amazing Kitchens” category. Voting is open from now until August 2.

A listing represented by Joshua Gaunya, 832 North Ogden Drive is located in the Melrose Village Design District of West Hollywood. Designed by artist, Gray Malin, the home exudes sophistication and a refined elegance: a perfect marriage of Southern Colonial and coastal design. Built in 2016, the home features 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. The cottage-style kitchen is complete with custom cabinets in a soft green hue paired with marble counters and walls. Chef-style appliances and an oversized central kitchen island create the perfect setting for indoor entertaining.

Head to HGTV.com to submit your vote for our listing in the Amazing Kitchen category.

This is the 11th year in a row HGTV has joined forces with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International® to showcase the most stunning homes in the world. The winners will be announced on August 2.

Tour through the other homes selected as finalists at HGTV.com before casting a vote for your favorite properties amongst all 8 categories. A winner will be chosen in each category, and an overall favorite will be awarded for the listing receiving the most votes. Additional properties are included in the Global Homes gallery, which spotlights homes from across the world.

To view all categories, visit:  HGTV.com/ultimatehousehunt

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