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    I'd think I'd pay extra to live in a neighbourhood that doesn't. More freedom.

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    I don't see a problem with it. I think it's pretty cool looking.
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    Black is the new white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palermo View Post
    I'm surprised the neighborhood doesn't have CC & Rs, most subdivisions that are newer in CA seem to
    I have to ask what are "CC & Rs"? Is that like an owners association?

    Ah - I have found my own answer. He lives in a historic area.....
    "Outpost Estates is a canyon neighborhood of Hollywood and the Hollywood Hills in the central region of the City of Los Angeles, California. It is located directly east of Runyon Canyon Park and centered around Outpost Drive. It is one of the original 1920s Hollywood luxury residential neighborhoods in the heart of Old Hollywood. Most of the original houses have been preserved, and Lower Outpost looks much like it did in the 1920s. [1] The origin of the name "Outpost" derives from an early building on the site. General Harrison Grey Otis, the owner of the Los Angeles Times, acquired the estate from Don Tomás through legal wrangling associated with California's scession to the United States. Near Casa Don Tomás, Otis built a clubhouse on the property for entertaining which he called The Outpost[2]." Outpost Estates, Los Angeles, California - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    The house I'm looking to buy is right across the road from a farm with a huge pink (bubblegum pink!) barn-- supposedly the neighbors hate it, but I kinda like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    I have to ask what are "CC & Rs"? Is that like an owners association?

    Ah - I have found my own answer. He lives in a historic area.....
    "Outpost Estates is a canyon neighborhood of Hollywood and the Hollywood Hills in the central region of the City of Los Angeles, California. It is located directly east of Runyon Canyon Park and centered around Outpost Drive. It is one of the original 1920s Hollywood luxury residential neighborhoods in the heart of Old Hollywood. Most of the original houses have been preserved, and Lower Outpost looks much like it did in the 1920s. [1] The origin of the name "Outpost" derives from an early building on the site. General Harrison Grey Otis, the owner of the Los Angeles Times, acquired the estate from Don Tomás through legal wrangling associated with California's scession to the United States. Near Casa Don Tomás, Otis built a clubhouse on the property for entertaining which he called The Outpost[2]." Outpost Estates, Los Angeles, California - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Outpost Estates Homeowners Association
    Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions. It's all well and good to say let everybody do whatever they want but hell, these houses in CA cost a fortune and one "different" house on your street can really bring down your home's value. Some of the rules can be silly but where we live they have rules like no junkers on the property etc. It makes a much nicer area when everybody has to keep up their place.

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