Magazine article Variety

Ellroy Lists Hollywood Home

Magazine article Variety

Ellroy Lists Hollywood Home

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A 1920s-era Spanish bungalow on a puny 0.13-acre parcel at the tail end of a convenient yet discreet cul-de-sac in Hollywood's Bronson Canyon - owned per property records by vaunted crime fiction writer and essayist James Ellroy - has come up for sale at a smidgen less than $1.4 million, 16% over the almost $1.2 million that was paid for the slightly less than 2,000-square-foot residence not quite three years ago. The enigmatic, articulate and unapologetically contrarian writer has seen several of his novels adapted into films - e.g., "LA. Confidential" and "The Black Dahlia."

The three bedroom, and two vintage-tiled-bathroom residence retains a variety of original architectural details, such as hardwood floors and arched windows and doorways, and is furnished in a cinematic if spare manner that echoes Ellroy's meticulously stripped-down prose. …

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