El Cabrillo Condominiums
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- Year Built: 1928
- Stories: 2
- Number of Units: 10
Where is El Cabrillo Condos?
El Cabrillo Condos is located at Address: 1832 - 1850 Grace Ave Hollywood, CA 90028
Which utilities do the homeowners of El Cabrillo Condos have to pay?
Electricity, Gas, Water, Sewer, Trash, Cable and Internet.
Does El Cabrillo Condos allow Pets?
El Cabrillo Condos allows people to bring in Pets. HOA pet rules applied.
What are the Amenities available at El Cabrillo Condos?
What Types of Condos are at El Cabrillo Condos?
El Cabrillo, Hollywood Condos consists of low-rise building units. The building has 2 Stories and 10 units. The living areas range in size from 680 to 1,473 square feet.
What schools are assigned to El Cabrillo Condos?
The schools assigned to El Cabrillo Condos include Selma Avenue Elementary School, Hubert Howe Bancroft Middle School and Hollywood Senior High School.
What do we like about El Cabrillo Condos?
El Cabrillo, constructed in 1928, stands as a Hollywood Spanish revival courtyard building of historical significance, crafted by the visionary duo Arthur and Nina Zwebell. A meticulous restoration by designer Xorin Balbes has breathed new life into this landmark. Each unit seamlessly marries the charm of original tiles, ironwork, and fixtures with modern comforts like central air, well-equipped kitchens, and convenient washer/dryer setups. Owners are also eligible for the Mills Act, providing valuable property tax relief.
In the wake of their completion of the Rhonda in 1927, Arthur and Nina Zwebell shifted their architectural endeavors eastward, resulting in the creation of El Cabrillo in the heart of Hollywood. Financed by Cecil B. DeMille, El Cabrillo appears as a thoughtful endeavor to replicate the Andalusia, albeit in a distinct location and using different materials. The two structures share an identical massing, but El Cabrillo's uniqueness lies in its original dual-street entrances. Regrettably, due to street expansion, the main entrance has since been closed. Alterations have also been made to the sidewalk-facing building configuration.
El Cabrillo stands apart from the Zwebell courts, eschewing the typical wood and stucco construction. Instead, nonstandard concrete blocks were employed to create an adobe-like appearance. Comprising ten units, El Cabrillo adheres to the Zwebell tradition of incorporating two-story living rooms, mezzanines, and gracefully designed staircases. Abundant windows and light characterize the interiors, with a variety of window openings. The upper sections of the living spaces are adorned with charming small lunette windows, adding a distinct touch.