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We know how much our readers love faux-Tuscan architecture, although this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath is far from the most egregious offender (in fact, props for the giant George Washington portrait). According to the listing, the house is situated on 1.5 acres on a private, dead end street in the Hollywood Hills. It features multiple patios, french doors, post and beam ceilings, and a "French country inspired kitchen w/concrete counters, stone backsplash, pantry & top of the line appls. " There is also a separate guest apartment and the agent invites you to use the "property for future development." Last sale price in March 2003: $600,000. Today's asking price: $1.295 million. Listing is here.
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