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Castles We Love?

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New Rule: If you build your house to be a castle in a nice and quaint residential neighborhood, your 3rd Amendment rights are stricken.

This house on Hortense St. in West Toluca Lake (come on, it's really NoHo) just made our day. We wish we could live next door and tell our friends when giving directions, "Just look for the house to the left of the castle."

Is this L.A. Insensitivity or just what makes L.A....L.A.?

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