For non-Angelenos, Hancock Park is one of the original hoity-toity areas of the city. A neighborhood that was established (and restricted) before the advent of Beverly Hills. Some say that HP's reticence toward Jews and Show People is what helped get Beverly Hills going. It's a stately, tree lined, district that has managed, for the most part, to escape McMansionism.
The blog is written by "Woody", a chap who gladly gives credit where it's due, but will also cut a bitch (or house) without reserve or delay.
I've been going through the archives and cackling all the way.
I've seen coverage on the former home of Mr. Blackwell:
If you visit L.A. my tour and this house are really the only things that should be on the top of you list.
So if you like to look at beautiful homes (and travesties) and enjoy reading snappy critique, hop on over there.