This is THE closest house to the HOLLYWOOD sign, next to 4000 acres of Griffith Park. Once owned by the 60's band The Association ("Cherish", "Windy", "Never My Love"), this house is imbedded in Rock & Roll history. David Crosby was introduced to Graham Nash by Mama Cass at a party in this house. If you want everything shiny and new like The Four Seasons, you should book a room at The Four Seasons! This is a rustic, vintage A frame house built in 1963, photographed by Linda McCartney in 1967.
This Hollywood Sign Chalet is a fun, rustic Rock & Roll house featured in Linda McCartney's book, "The Sixties". Back then, Mama Cass lived next door. Unless you look at the amazing views, you hardly know you are in Los Angeles. You cannot hear the sounds of the city at all. The house has an indoor/outdoor feel with fresh air and breezes. There are 4000 acres of incredible hiking and horseback riding in Griffith park.
Master Suite King Size Bedroom with ensuite master bath
Queen Size Bedroom with ensuite bathroom and skylight shower
King Size bedroom with office desk, outdoor shower and patio views
Queen Size bedroom
Loft Space TV/Media Area - it can sleep extra guest on Futon Bed . Or living room sofa Maximum Occupancy 12 guests.
A-Frame living room with newly strung 7 foot grand piano, large scenic decks, patios, full kitchen, jacuzzi spa.
Other things to note:
In 2014, Moby photographed the house and wrote this in his blog:
"i was out hiking today and i came across this perfect little a-frame house.
whenever i see perfect a-frame houses i think of record producers in the mid 70’s reading about est and sitting in the hot-tub thinking about how best to record background vocals for the doobie brothers.
they seem quintessentially californian, the perfect home in which to make lentil stew for robert plant and melanie. which is odd. odd because with their super pitched roofs they’re designed for alpine climates where it snows 8 months out of the year. further re-inforcing the idea that almost all architectural vernacular in southern california is arbitrary. awesome, but arbitrary.
swiss chalets in a place where it never snows? down the street from normal castles and center hall new england colonials?
delirious los angeles."