Hollywood Real Estate

Steven had a dream as a kid, living on the ranch, to move to Hollywood and live life free, out of the closet and to be able to help people live their dreams, in Hollywood.  In Hollywood Dreams do come true, as Steven's has become a well respected, top producing Hollywood Realtor & Hollywood Real Estate Broker.

Travel down Sunset Blvd. to Hollywood real estate the birth place of the movie business.  Where Marilyn Monroe, & James Dean got their first start with just a dream.  Where Steven Had Joan Crawford's property for sale. Where Rudolph Valentino lived and where Steven also represented his home. At Hollywood & Highland you have the newly built Kodak Theatre where they host the Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland.

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The Pantages Theatre and Graumans Chinese Theatre are 2 hot spots,where you can stroll out and see the famous footprints & imprints & the "Hollywood Walk of Fame, where you see almost every major star .The Hollywood Wax Museum is just a great fun places to feel the Hollywood Energy also.You can also stop by the Hollywood Guiness and learn who made great achievements in their life where any can if they just believe in themselves and think positive like Steven did.

Hollywood Highland Hollywood shopping

Movie star sightseeing tour bus Hollywood

          Old Hollywood Premiers


At the top of the hill near Highland Ave. is Yamashiro Restaurant Cal Asian food and with an atmosphere of looking out to the city lights. They also have a magic show. 

Hollywood also has some great Hotels, like Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel where Marilyn Monroe once lived and where you could see Clark Gable, & stars sitting around the pool. The first Academy awards were held here.

A great new Hotel is the Hollywood Renaissance Hotel close to all the shopping and festivities of Hollywood & Highland.

The Hollywood Bowl near Hollywood Real Estate surrounded near Hollywood Homes. You can look at the Hollywood sign in Beachwood Canyon Real Estate with so many Charming Beachwood Canyon homes.

You Take La Brea North of Sunset and you get Outpost Estates real estate and  Outpost Estates homes for sale. A beautiful hill with great city views also.

You take Genesee Ave north, which is 3 blocks east of Fairfax and you enter Nichols Canyon real estate and some very private Nichols Canyon homes for sale. 

Laurel Canyon Real Estate & Laurel Canyon Homes for sale are known to be funky and hippish, just a few minutes from Sunset. You enter Laurel Canyon on Crescent Heights Blvd. and take that north all the way up to Mulholland Dr. real estate & Architectural Mulholland Drive Homes, the famous drive that sits at the top of the Hollywood Hills.

Steven has been selling Hollywood Estates and has been a Hollywood realtor & Hollywood Estates Real Estate Broker for over 20 years.  When you are searching for a Hollywood Estates listings for: 

- Hollywood Estates
- Hollywood Estates condos for sale
- Hollywood Estates lofts for sale
- Hollywood Estates mansions for sale

Hollywood is known for its various different style homes like:

- Mediterranean
- Spanish
- Mid Century
- English Tudor
- Traditional
- Contemporary
- Architectural
- Post & Beam
- Colonial Ranch styles
- Bungalows

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Hollywood History

When Spanish explorers first entered the area now known as exciting Hollywood, Native Americans were living in the canyons of the Santa Monica Mountains. Before long, the Indians had been moved to missions and the land which Hollywood now occupies was divided in two by the Spanish Government. Acreage to the west became part of Rancho La Brea and settlements to the East became Rancho Los Feliz.

By the 1870s an agricultural community flourished in the area and crops ranging from hay and grain to subtropical bananas and pineapples were thriving. During the 1880s, the Ranchos were sub-divided. In 1886, H. H. Wilcox bought an area of Rancho La Brea that his wife then christened "Hollywood." Within a few years, Wilcox had devised a grid plan for his new community, paved Prospect Avenue (now Hollywood Boulevard) for his main street and was selling large residential lots to wealthy Mid-westerners looking to build homes so they could "winter in California."

Prospect Avenue soon became a prestigious residential street populated with large Queen Anne, Victorian, and Mission Revival houses. Mrs. Daeida Wilcox raised funds to build churches, schools and a library and Hollywood quickly became a complete and prosperous community. The community incorporated in 1903, but its independence was short-lived, as the lack of water forced annexation in 1910 to the city of Los Angeles, which had a surplus supply of water.

In 1911, the Nestor Company opened Hollywood's first film studio in an old tavern on the corner of Sunset and Gower. Not long thereafter Cecil B. DeMille and D. W. Griffith began making movies in the area drawn to the community for its open space and moderate climate. 

The needs of this thriving new industry created radical changes in the community causing a clash between older and newer residents. Acres of agricultural land south of what-is-now Hollywood Boulevard were subdivided and developed as housing for the enormous numbers of workers that movie-making required.

High-rise commercial buildings began to spring up along Hollywood Boulevard three competing real-estate interests caused concentrations of development at Highland, Cahuenga, and at Vine. It wasn't long before nearly all the homes along the Boulevard were replaced by commercial buildings linking the three corners.

Banks, restaurants, clubs and movie palaces sprang up, catering to the demands of the burgeoning film industry during the 1920s and 1930s. The architectural styles of the buildings were representative of those most popular between the World Wars. Banks were typically designed in the more formal Beaux Arts styles, but other buildings in the community took on more playful personalities.

The ornamental Spanish Colonial Revival style reflected Hollywood's self-conscious extravagance while the new Art Deco and Moderne styles fit the community's aspirations for glamour and sophistication.


Steven Spreafico is a Hollywood realtor, and has been selling Hollywood homes for sale for around 30 years. Hollywood properties are his passion & getting Hollywood listings as a Hollywood celebrity real estate broker from walking up & down the Hollywood  has made him the king of Hollywood Estates properties.


Steven Spreafico
Steven Spreafico
Your #1 Doheny Estates, Sunset Strip specialist!
Stevenwood WEST HOLLYWOOD CA 90069