Tom Mix Residence


1920s Mediterranean Owned by Silent Movie Star Tom Mix and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Carpenter




According to its listing, this 1927 Mediterranean in the Hollywood Hills was once the home of cowboy/silent film star Tom Mix. And according to public records, it’s currently the home of carpenter/actor Paul DiMeo, who spent nine seasons building houses in a hurry on ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Located in the Cahuenga Pass at 3456 Floyd Terrace, the 3,994 square foot abode consists of a four-bedroom, three-bath main residence on the upper level plus a two bedroom apartment with kitchen, bath, and separate entrance below. The property’s features include arched doorways, beamed ceilings, hardwood and Saltillo tiled floors, a formal dining room, two-story living room with fireplace, and a sound/recording studio. Last sold for $1.29 million, it’s now listed at $1.135 million. [LA Curbed] By Pauline O’Connor




 3456 Floyd Terrace, Hollywood (PLEASE NOTE: This is a private residence, do not disturb the residents)



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3 Responses to “Tom Mix Residence”

  1. CatM says:

    The color was so keyed up there that for a second, I thought this was a vintage postcard view of the house. Then the satellite dish gave it away.

  2. Scatter says:

    I hope it doesn’t get bought, then pulled down (as is the typical L.A. method of “preservation”).

  3. Bored in LA says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!

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