Six-Acre Hill Top Promontory Parcel at 2425 Mount Olympus Drive, One of Los Angeles' Largest Remaining Undeveloped Pieces of Land, Listed for Sale - $5.9 Million

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Over six acres of land with unobstructed views from the Pacific Ocean to Downtown Los Angeles and all of Hollywood, 2425 Mount Olympic Drive is one of the last of the prime developable hilltop promontories left in Los Angeles. Listed by Dustin Cumming and Danelle Lavin of Hilton & Hyland, this property is now on market for $5,900,000.

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"Rarely does a property of this size, and location, come on the market in Los Angeles," says Dustin Cumming of Hilton & Hyland Real Estate in Beverly Hills

Rarely does prime land come on the market in Los Angeles, let alone over six and a half contiguous acres in a prime area. That's exactly what happened when the 2425 Mount Olympus estate, listed for $5,900,000 by Dustin Cumming and Danelle Lavin of Hilton & Hyland, was brought to market last week. The offering represents an amazing opportunity to develop on one of Los Angeles' last promontory compounds. Over 6 acres of land with massive flat pads and jetliner views from Catalina to Downtown, this property is ideal for redevelopment as a single family compound or potentially subdivided into multiple large lots.

The property is located in Mount Olympus which is a prominent neighborhood in the district of Hollywood, specifically Hollywood Hills area of the city of Los Angeles, California. Sometimes abbreviated as M. Olympus, it is a community of single family residences founded in 1969 by developer Russ Vincent. It is bounded by Hollywood Blvd., Laurel Canyon Blvd., Willow Glen Rd., and Nichols Canyon Rd.

The community was featured in the movie Hollywood Homicide and is home to Steven Tyler of Aerosmith and Melanie Brown (known as Mel B).

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