"Over 1,000 Buildings From Downtown To The Ocean"
      "An Exclusive Division Of John Aaroe Group"
For Showings Call (310) 623-0289   About Us

Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Buying/Leasing? | Our Lender Of Choice | Hollywood Riviera | Park Wellington | Sunset Penthouse | Adopt A Pet! | Luxury Apartments

New Page 1
  Available For Sale El Cabrillo
1832 - 1850 Grace Ave. Hollywood, CA 90028
Available For Lease  

 

El Cabrillo, built in 1928, is a landmark Hollywood Spanish revival courtyard building by Arthur & Nina Zwebell that has undergone a meticulous restoration by designer Xorin Balbes. Units incorporate original tile, ironwork & fixtures with modern conveniences like central air, fully-appointed kitchens & washer/dryer. Owners also qualify for Mills Act for property tax relief.

History

After completing the Rhonda in 1927, Arthur & Nina Zwebell moved their building activity east, designing the El Cabrillo in Hollywood.  Built by Cecil B. DeMille, El Cabrillo looks to be a judicious attempt to Duplicate the Andalusia at a different site and in a different material.The massing of the two buildings is identical. As a corner building, however, El Cabrillo, was originally entered from both streets. Unfortunately because of street widening, the main entry has been closed altogether. The building configuration on the sidewalk has been altered considerably.
 
El Cabrillo is not built in wood and stucco, as are virtually all the other Zwebell courts. Instead, a concrete block, nonstandard in size, was used to create an adobe affect. The ten units follow the Zwebell pattern of incorporating two story living rooms, mezzanines and graceful staircases. All the dwelling interiors are skillfully molded in light with a variety of window openings.  Small lunette windows in the upper part of the living room spaces are especially effective.

El Cabrillo was intended as a place of residence for both transient and permanent members of the Hollywood scene. One of the Talmadge sisters lived here.  Hollywood lore claims Cecil B. De Mille's built this for his daughter Frances. At least one of Rudolph Valentino's films is alleged to have used El Cabrillo as a stage set. Actress Ann Harding leased one of the front apartments in 1928 for $500 per month, a very high rental rate at the time. Other notable residents have included director Lowell Sherman, Perc Westmore, and writer John Willard.




Scroll To View Other Buildings In The Area

View All Buildings On One Page

  • Building Details
  • Building Map
  • Building Video
  • Leases in The Area
  • Listings in The Area
  • Other Area Buildings
  • Floor Plans
  Building Data

  Building Style - Spanish

  Year Built - 1928

  Number of Units - 10

  Number of Floors - 2

  1 Bedrooms From 680 - 1,110 Sq Ft
  2 Bedrooms From 760 - 760 Sq Ft
  3 Bedrooms From 1,473 - 1,473 Sq Ft

  H.O.A Range - $350

 
 
   
   
   
   
Available For Sale | Available For Lease
Recent Building Sales | Get Listed & Get Sold!
Share
Currently we do not have floor plans for this building. If you are an owner in this building and have access to your buildings plans Contact Us today and we will add them to our site

  Leases & Purchases Come On The Market Daily.  If you would like to be notified of new listings in this building please Contact Us and we will notify you when new listings come on the market.

Our Commitment To Excellence

Copyright 2013 TopLACondos.com - An exclusive division of the John Aaroe Group - Beverly Hills. All rights reserved worldwide.

(Disclaimer)