We're pleased to report we've learned a couple of things from this Richard Dorman-designed mid-century in the Hollywood Hills. Number one: if you want something to really stand out in a listing photo, make it harlequin green. And number two: the color we have heretofore mistakenly thought of as "Kermit-the-frog green" is actually called harlequin. The more you know. Built in 1959, the 3,162 square foot post and beam also features four bedrooms and three baths, walls of glass, clerestory windows, vaulted ceilings, a brick fireplace, multiple patios, a swimming pool, and a two-car carport. Located just west of the Briar Summit Open Space Preserve, the .25-acre property "has not been available for a very long time," according to the listing. Asking price is $1.85 million.
· 8020 BRIAR SUMMIT Dr [Redfin]