West Hollywood’s borders are as unique as the city itself, but you just know when you’re in the actual neighborhood. On the architecture front, there are iconic structures such as the Schindler House, Hart House, and Colonial House, along with historical apartment buildings (Villa D’Este, the Andalusia, La Ronda, and Edward Fickett’s Ship’s Bow) in a variety of ornate styles that housed Hollywood starlets, writers, and socialites back in the day. West Hollywood is still home to stars of the big and small screens and has a thriving LGBT community (the gay bars are primarily on Santa Monica Boulevard, although North Robertson’s The Abbey is the most famous one). Get the cannelloni at old school Dan Tana’s, power shop on Melrose Place (Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Monique Lhuillier), and drink Aperol spritz’s at moody Bar Marmont. WeHo is where you’ll find the Pacific Design Center (PDC), a 1.6 million square-foot campus featuring nearly 100 showroom brands, representing 2,200 product lines.
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... Keep reading →
By Bill Cary This stylish five-bedroom home in the Melrose Village Design District is owned by the fine-art photographer and author Gray Malin. “He doesn’t normally do home design, but this is his personal residence,” said listing agent Josh Gaunya of DPP Real Estate (formerly known as Deasy Penner Podley). “He has really taken the... Keep reading →
Photographer Gray Malin designed this five-bedroom home in Melrose Village’s Design District. The Southern Colonial and coastal-inspired house has living and dining rooms open to a chef’s kitchen with island; principal suite with soaker tub, sitting area, and patio; and roof deck with outdoor kitchen and views of the Hollywood sign. Outside are a front... Keep reading →
This week, we’re highlighting some of Los Angeles’s newly listed properties and the premier neighborhoods they reside in. Whether you’re looking for a hidden Melrose oasis, an architectural treat in the Pacific Palisades, a multi-story home in the heart of Venice, or a historic View Park property, there is something charming about each location. Los... Keep reading →
After several years of fine-tuning design and careful renovation, a mid-century tree house is being listed on the market for the first time. Designed by Douglas A. Brown and commissioned for the Freund couple in 1952, this home was intended to display their art collection after years of traveling the world. Since the inception of... Keep reading →