Lake Hollywood is in a section of the Hollywood Hills homes located between Hollywood to the South, Toluca Lake and the San Fernando Valley to the North & West, Glendale/Pasadena to the East. Lake Hollywood neighborhood is a community of quaint Hollywood Hills homes containing approximately 750 households in the Hollywood Manor, Hollywood Knolls and Lakeridge Estates. Lake Hollywood is sited around the man-made Hollywood Hills reservoir which was built in 1924 to hold more than 2.5 billion gallons of water. The reservoir is part of the Owens River Aqueduct system and the Mulholland Dam that was built in 1924 by engineer William Mulholland providing Los Angeles real estate with most of its drinking water. When you walk along the peaceful 3.1 mile paved trail around the lake that takes you across the dam (which broke and flooded Hollywood in the movie “Earthquake”) you can get a great view of the Hollywood Sign. There are a wide variety of home styles ranging from smaller sized Traditional and old world Spanish homes in the Hollywood Manor and Hollywood Knolls sections. Whereas there are predominantly Mid-Century Modern homes in the Lake Hollywood Estates and Lakeridge Estates sections. Residents are attracted by the authentic Hollywood Hills home styles, undulating topography, abundance of nature, magnificent vistas and the convenience of living near the city with the feeling of being out in the countryside.