Casa Real (1931)

The Mediterranean Revival structure incorporates arched apertures with subtle quoining, ornamental ironwork, red-clay tiles on the roof and stairway and a band of decorative glazed tiles. It has a flat roof, with a gabled parapet covered with red-clay tiles. A double row of denticulated molding forms the cornice. Flat pilasters with Zigzag Moderne stepped brackets located at the fourth story, define the edges of the building.

As you finish the walking tour, take a minute to explore the many venues along Sunset Boulevard, as well as the galleries, cafes, showrooms, and boutiques along Santa Monica Boulevard to the south.