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Contact Talin Aintablian
Los Angeles, CA, USA
You're looking at a Spanish-Style duplex property (owner-occupied on one side). Built in 1922, the one-story building is 2448 square feet. It has a remodeled detached garage where a long, narrow driveway ends. The garage fits one car and has an attached carport which is normally used as a covered backyard patio. It can be used for your catering/lunch services to set up their tables or for filming as usual. The patio overlooks a number of fruit trees including an old avocado tree. There's a very tall palm tree that can be seen from a couple of blocks and while driving down the street.
Both of the houses have décor-only fireplaces with vintage-antique tile. They create the focal points of the living rooms. They were designed and built by renowned designer Ernest Bachelder of Pasadena in the early 1920's. As the owner-occupied side (not pictured indoors) has made several renovations and remodeling, we have kept the original built-in curio cabinet (as pictured). Both homes also have the original built-in book shelves in the living room, adding to the character of the fireplaces. The kitchens have been remodeled to fit more of today's standards and codes, but the rental has kept the original layout with a private laundry room that leads to the back door. The original hardwood floors have been restored. Both homes show off their original vintage windows and glass doors in both living rooms, all still intact. Please no student films at this time.
- Walk-in Closets
I like to joke about how the driveway was made for the Ford Model-T's, as narrow as it is, but realistically, it can still fit a large SUV. The front yard has been revised to have extra parking when necessary with red and pewter square patio stones laid out in a design fitting for the property's curb appeal. Not only does this allow for practicality and convenience, but also helps to conserve water and save on landscaping expenses.
Our street has been panned in the beginning of an old Don Knotts or Jerry Lewis movie from the 40's or 50's. In addition, if you go up on our flat roof, you can easily see The Hollywood sign.
- Feature Films
- Indie Films
- Web Series
- Television Shows
- Television Commercials
- Music Videos
Hush Hush (Oct/2016) Indie short
Just Like The Real Thing (Nov/2016) Indie short