Designed in 1995 by museum installation architect Brent Saville for curator emeritus Maurice Tuchman, this unique and rather stunning residence on the east side of the Trebek Open Space in the Hollywood Hills offers some predictably incredible views from its "curved walls of windows," the bridge that connects the main house to an "office tower," and the lounge space overlooking the pool. Per the LA Times, the 5,582-square-foot house has custom furniture, a "tile mural depicting the ruins of the Capitol Records Building overtaken by nature and time," and an entryway made of "ancient fossil flooring." The three-bedroom residence has also appeared on film as the home of Peter Fonda's record-producing, drug-trafficking character in Steven Soderbergh's The Limey. It can fill the role of your home for the asking price of $5.75 million.
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