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Home of the Day: Magical view for midcentury home in Hollywood Hills

Nestled in the hills beneath the landmark Hollywood sign, this 1950 midcentury home designed by Harry T. Miller is on the market for the first time since being purchased by the original owner. Remaining relatively untouched through the years, the low-slung house boasts vintage fixtures, walls of...
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Home of the Day: Magical view for midcentury home in Hollywood Hills

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Nestled in the hills beneath the landmark Hollywood sign, this 1950 midcentury home designed by Harry T. Miller is on the market for the first time since being purchased by the original owner. Remaining relatively untouched through ...

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