DPP Real Estate Properties Nominated for HGTV’s Ultimate House Hunt 2021

We are excited to announce that DPP has been selected as a finalist in HGTV’s Ultimate House Hunt in the categories of “Amazing Kitchens” and “Curb Appeal.” All nominees are represented by members of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International®. This is the tenth consecutive year HGTV has worked exclusively with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World ® and Luxury Portfolio International® for the Ultimate House Hunt, which runs from June 30 through August 4.

For the category of “Amazing Kitchens” a listing represented by Juan Longfellow and Louise Leach was selected. 4301 Cromwell Avenue is located in Los Feliz and features walls of glass with Fleetwood windows and folding doors which frame breathtaking views of downtown LA’s skyline and beyond. The open-concept living spaces are perfectly equipped for large scale indoor/outdoor entertaining and comfortable daily life. The chef’s kitchen complete with professional Viking appliances is bursting with volume and natural light. Three generous guest suites and large laundry room complete the main level. The grand master is complete with endless views, balcony, spa-like bath and dual walk-in closets. A second guest suite along with intimate sitting area completes the upper level. Multiple outdoor seating areas and decks surround a generous pool creating an entertainer’s oasis.

For the category of “Curb Appeal” a listing represented by Robb Buzzini was selected. 1160 East Calaveras Street is located in Altadena and features four large bedrooms, with three en suites, a spacious living room flowing into formal dining room with vaulted ceilings, and an entertainer’s kitchen. Enjoy all the benefits of “indoor-outdoor” living in the expansive backyard starting at the patio dining area situated below the pergola that overlooks the heated infinity pool. There is also an outdoor fireplace to sit by and enjoy crisp fall evenings. Mature oaks provide ample shade in the backyard. Charm and character abound in this thoughtfully detailed 1925 Spanish-Style home.

You can tour the 66 homes selected as finalists by viewing photo galleries on HGTV.com before casting a vote for your favorite properties. A winner will be chosen in each category based on the highest number of votes received, and an overall favorite will be awarded for the listing receiving the most votes. Additional properties are included in the Global Homes gallery, which spotlights homes from 7 different countries or territories around the world.

Each winning home will receive editorial exposure on HGTV.com, as well as the prestige of being selected as an HGTV fan favorite.

To view all homes and cast your vote, visit: HGTV.com/househunt

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