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Jimi Hendrix house in Laurel Canyon, California. Also once owned by Errol Flynn and WC Fields.

Jimi Hendrix house in Laurel Canyon, California. Also once owned by Errol Flynn and WC Fields.

Laurel Canyon, CA makes your soul.. feel.. found.

Laurel Canyon, CA makes your soul.. feel.. found.

#Shakira sconta di $ 2 milioni la sua casa di #lusso a #Miami Beach | #USA #VIP #CaseDiLusso #piscina

#Shakira sconta di $ 2 milioni la sua casa di #lusso a #Miami Beach | #USA #VIP #CaseDiLusso #piscina

Jean Harlow's Westwood Home...I watched an hour long special on this place!  Super scary!!! --- Lisa

Jean Harlow's Westwood Home...I watched an hour long special on this place! Super scary!!! --- Lisa

Catherine Deneuve vende il suo #castello da sogno in #Francia | #LuxuryEstate #VIP

Catherine Deneuve vende il suo #castello da sogno in #Francia | #LuxuryEstate #VIP

James Dean's last address in Sherman Oaks (Los Angeles), California

James Dean's last address in Sherman Oaks (Los Angeles), California

Flooring is plywood, painted with a design, then clearcoat applied.

Flooring is plywood, painted with a design, then clearcoat applied.

Marion Davies Beach House built for her by William Randolph Hearst

Marion Davies Beach House built for her by William Randolph Hearst

Lady Gaga, villa with pool

Lady Gaga, villa with pool

In this photo, we are treated to the view from atop a double-decker bus, circa 1938. The bus is heading west on Wilshire Blvd and is at the corner of Rampart Blvd. That white building on the right is the Bryson Apartments, whose main claim to fame is that it was featured in Raymond Chandler’s 1943 novel “The Lady in the Lake.” Built in 1913, it’s still there and in fact this view isn’t a whole lot different now than it was back then.

In this photo, we are treated to the view from atop a double-decker bus, circa 1938. The bus is heading west on Wilshire Blvd and is at the corner of Rampart Blvd. That white building on the right is the Bryson Apartments, whose main claim to fame is that it was featured in Raymond Chandler’s 1943 novel “The Lady in the Lake.” Built in 1913, it’s still there and in fact this view isn’t a whole lot different now than it was back then.

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